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
expensive, no customer service, and Worst quality of food
Let me start with my background, I am from North India and my in laws has multiple restaurant in Delhi. I consider myself a good food critic.
i landed in UK last night and found this place, ordered vegetarian thali.
Food: Here is what they served:
A traditional indian vegetarian bhojan served on a thali with vegetable curry,
We actually ate here out of desperation when nothing else was open after a late show - they are open until midnight. The 2.5 star rating on yelp wasn't very encouraging, but the food surprisingly was really really good.
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Some of the most bland Indian food. In a city with a plethora of fantastic Indian food, I don't recommend this place.more
HORRIBLE. Don't get me wrong; the food was alright. But I've definitely had better. Why I'm giving 1 star is because of the prices. First, I was charged for tap water. Second, the waiters are VERY pushy and led me to believe that the appetizer they showed me was free, didn't make it clear what I was getting was actually on the appetizer menu. Third, my lamb tikka masala consisted of 5 VERY...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