Behind its elegant neo-Georgian façade on the outskirts of the City, the sumptuous Red Chilli restaurant is a riot of rich colour and atmospheric lighting. Slide into the sleek leather seats and soak up the friendly buzz, or pore over the traditional favourites on a menu of Indian classics while drinks are served from the snazzy chrome and leather bar.
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137 Leman StreetLondonE1 8EY
I went here for dinner after checking into Wombat's hostel. It was a weeknight and not crowded but there was an assortment of people as well as people grabbing take out. The prices seemed reasonable, the food was tasty, the portion was more than sufficient, and the service was attentive. I was a bit sad I wanted a mango lassi to drink but they were out of it and i couldn't get any lassi.more
Like a few others have stated in their review; some of their staff definitely looks extremely uninterested in their job! While I was greeted with a smile and warm welcome, the experience after that wasn't that great!
I ordered the Mango Lassi for drinks, and it was a bit too milky, but definitely had a nice mango taste to it. For my main course, I got the Paneer Korma with Egg Rice. The...more
Hidden expenses but served quality food. Seedy tablecloths and uninterested waiters. The decor was quite nice though
Wouldn't recommend, check out the empress just next doormore
I'm in London monthly and live around the corner. This is my local for great curry and great food. The owner and staff are always welcoming. I agree with other reviewers the Vindaloo, Madras and Tikkas are wonderful. The ambiance is cosy and comforting, or you can call in and take away. I've never experienced an off night (well, there was one Vindaloo that was extreme, but one doesn't order...more
The restaurant itself has a quite a unique atmosphere, with a strong red colour theme running both inside and outside the building ...you cant miss the place! Inside the restaurant is quirky but cosy.
The cuisine is apparently Bangladeshi which i have never tried before, and therefore, i asked the waiter to recommend something different than my staple Lamb Vindaloo. The waiter recommended...more