This authentic Indian restaurant of elegance and distinction boasts the services of one of the most highly acclaimed Indian chefsin London.
He is renowned for his Tandoori chicken he marinates with a unique, special blend of spices and yogurt, before cooking them in the charcoal oven - the classic preparation of Tandoori chickens. All meat used in the restaurant is halal.
Ideally situated in London's threatreland, the restaurant offers both space and intimacy and has private dining rooms for parties.
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Venue Details & Map
The Delhi Brasserie
44 Frith Street
- Public transport:
- Tube: Tottenham Court Road
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Event Facilities
- Breakout Rooms
This place is pretty small and we were seated in the back room. It's sort of a funny feeling- I think it would sit about 3 tables and there's a mirror on one wall which is supposed to make the area feel bigger but it's also sort of strange. It's also a few steps below the main room which leaves the waiter to sort of peak in every few minutes and it's sort of awkward! But whatever we're here...more
Group of three seated right away. Food was mediocre though. Spices were there but all food was flat and lacked flavor depth. I did however love the naan with cocounut and nuts. So many options nearby would choose one of those.more
My favorite Indian spot in London. Have been going here for 15 years and it never disappoints. Staff is attentive and food is hearty and flavorful. Every year I travel to London and make several trips here during my stay.more
My first time in London and I heard the Indian food is amazing here! Walked by this restaurant by chance and although I typically don't go to restaurants that don't hit 4 stars and up, I figured I would give it a try anyway.
I was not disappointed! I ordered the lamb peri peri dish w/ garlic naan - delicious! I would definitely suggest this dish for those who love spice!
Staff was really...more
It was our first full day in London so we had a pint in a pub on Old Compton Street, then went around the corner for Curry at the Delhi Brasserie. Neither my husband nor I had ever tried Indian food before, but we understood that Indian food is just about as popular in the UK as Mexican food is here in the US, so we had to try it.
And we were very pleasantly surprised.
We had a small table...more