With 15 years of culinary success, the Shad Thames located Indian dining emporium Bengal Clipper offers unique gourmet offering which keeps diners flocking from all over the world. Since it’s inception in 1994, this ambient, exclusive Indian eaterie – located in the stunning riverside location of Shad Thames – has attracted a discerning crowd of celebrities and critics alike, all favouring its accomplished multi-regional menu and ambient, lively buzz.
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Venue Details & Map
11-12 Cardamom Building
Shad Thames , Butlers WharfLondonSE1 2YR
Went for the Sunday buffett and it was an "all you can eat" affair for under £12. The lamb was good, chicken, mixed vegetables, pilaf, naan, a few other dishes I don't recall. All in all, not bad. Fair price for this area. I would have liked a bit more spice but it's a buffett and they've got to please people who don't appreciate the heat.more
Great standby for quality Indian food. This is our default if we want some curry with a large group at the last minute. This place is huge so its never a problem getting a table. The food is fantastic as well. Service can be a little slow, but sit back and relax and have another Kobra.more
The service was slow and not friendly at all, I felt like they hated me..lol I know that's a weird thing to say but that's how I felt just not welcome. The food was not good either. I ordered the Chicken Korma and it's not supposed to be sweet but for some reason it was. When I have ordered nan in the past it's usually like five prices and they one give you one here not to mention I came with...more
Went here last night and had a lovely time, it's a large restaurante so good if you have a large group and it's in a lovely area just a short walk from london bridge past tower bridge and then down a pavillion right next to the river with great views.
The service was friendly and swift and the food was really tasty, and the pianist playing was really cool,
The only down points I would say are...more
My work colleague recommended this place when looking for some where to host a team dinner. The restaurant is quite big and can accommodate large parties easily. It's in an old dockyard warehouse so it feels almost nautical with the metal pillars. My friend thought it looked a bit like a cruise ship (in a good way). Also on the night we went a pianist was playing which added a classy touch to...more