Raavi Kebab is a long-established, family run restaurant in Euston, serving Pakistan’s Punjabi cuisine.
While there are many excellent Indian restaurants in Central London, one might think it is difficult to find a good Pakistani restaurant without having to travel as far as Whitechapel for Tayyab and Lahore Kebab House, or Tooting for Spice Village.
Raavi Kebab, on Drummond Street, by Euston Station, has in fact been around for over 40 years. According to a note which used to be posted on their wall, they started off, around 1976 I believe, serving just one curry to the local Asian residents and quickly grew from there. Located amongst vegetarian restaurants Diwana, Ravi Shankar, and the Indian sweet shop, Ambala, the street became known for its good asian food, popular with local university students on a budget and Euston station commuters.