Real Indian Cuisine at The Red Fort upstairs, fashionable bar Akbar in the basement.
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The Red Fort
77 Dean Street
Highly recommended by friend in florida. Great atmosphere. Good service. Food was excellent but got same quality food at 1/3 price later in trip. Bring your wallet. I understand food is expensive in london but this seemed steep.more
Maybe 3 1/2 stars. Good Indian food, creative menu but eclectic, can be difficult to match the description in the menu with the dish that arrives on the table. Ask lots of questions. Service was very good and attentive. Portions are small, especially rice and naan which you will pay extra for. Prices are not ridiculous but a bit high for what is presented.more
Chic, stylist and attendant service, well seasoned and sophisticated mains and a dance floor in the basement to boot. It may not have a Michelin star, but it's very very good. The tandoori prawns were seasoned so well, yet brought forth the sweetness of the sea. The Meethi Aalo was a surprise hit and I have to say it was the most expensive, but tasty potato dish I have ever had. A must visit...more
I think I really had the best Indian food in The Red Fort in Soho since the last time I was in India. The dishes are just like I remember the Indian food in the better restaurants in India.
For example the Bhalla Sev Puri starter is a very Indian vegetarian starter. it is some kind of dumpling with yoghurt and puffs filled with potato, mint & tamarind chutney and it was really great, as was...more