Some restaurants are just as good alone as they are en masse, but Taste Of Peshawar is not one of them. The Pashtun restaurant near Stonebridge Park is an expert in platters that would have Fred Flintstone slobbering. These comically large piles of food—charred and juicy chapli kebabs, garam masala-heavy lamb chops, glowing chicken wings, and a load of chips for good measure—are what big groups dive into on a nightly basis and are up there with some of London’s best Peshwari restaurants. Tables are often tight-knit in the plainly decorated room, all eyes on a pile of kabli pulao and noses picking up the scent of a charsi chicken karahi coming from elsewhere. There isn’t anything else you’ll want to focus on.