Bhatti restaurant in London has a brilliant location at the crossroads of Covent Garden, Holborn and Soho with easy access to theatre, opera and clubbing.
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37 Great Queen StreetHolbornLondonWC2B 5AA
Some of the most bland Indian food. In a city with a plethora of fantastic Indian food, I don't recommend this place.more
I'm an American who has very little experience with Indian food. But I was walking by, it smelled good, and one of the waiters came out to greet me, so I went inside. (I was traveling on business and alone.) I got the naan and a lamb dish, with a glass of white wine. I found the waiters to be extremely attentive and helpful. They brought out an appetizer on the house, and explained what...more
My friends and I were walking around Covent Garden and decided we wanted some Indian food. We walked to a couple restaurants in the area and this one seemed to be the cheapest with a decent menu, so we headed inside. They had just re-opened up for dinner; we had just gotten out of lecture, so it was a pretty early dinner.
We got several dishes and tried each others' food. We got an appetizer,...more
I would rate Bhatti on following aspects as mentioned under:
a) Food Quality/Quantity
d) Menu Type
a) Food Quality/Quantity:
It's fine 3/5. With not much choice available in the menu you need to go with regular stuff which is prepared using normal highly available ingredients and many spices which are costly/rarely available are missing in the...more
We weren't really looking for Indian food when we passed by Bhatti, but it smelled good and we were starting to get hungry before heading out on our journey so we stopped in and were pleasantly surprised ..
Bhatti wasn't the cheapest or really the best Indian food I have had in London, but it was pretty good. We were the only people in the restaurant and didn't get much attention. a few...more