This authentic Indian restaurant of elegance and distinction boasts the services of one of the most highly acclaimed Indian chefsin London.
He is renowned for his Tandoori chicken he marinates with a unique, special blend of spices and yogurt, before cooking them in the charcoal oven - the classic preparation of Tandoori chickens. All meat used in the restaurant is halal.
Ideally situated in London's threatreland, the restaurant offers both space and intimacy and has private dining rooms for parties.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) par personne|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
The Delhi Brasserie
44 Frith Street
- +44 (0)20 7437 8261
- Public transport:
- Tube: Tottenham Court Road
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Event Facilities
- Breakout Rooms
Top 5 reviews of The Delhi Brasserie
I was in the Soho neighborhood of London having drinks with appetizers in a Peruvian restaurant with my cousins who live there. They left early as they had to go to work the next day. I was still a little hungry and not ready to go back to my room. I stumbled on this Indian restaurant on the way to the tube at Piccadilly. I had the butter chicken with pulao rice and some garlic nan... more
Delicious Indian food very close to the west end theatre district! Full bar. Service was great! The flavors were simply spectacular! more
Great place, wondering why it's not seeing the love with previous ratings? This should actually be more of a 4.5 star.
I consider a place good based on, "would I eat here again?" And the answer is yes. Food was flavorful, good quality cuts of meat, portions were good and service was helpful.
Chicken Tikka, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Bhuteko, Saag Paneer, Pilau Rice &... more
I was invited by Friendly to have a dinner here.Foods is average to me..I ordered Aloo potato chop as starter..it is not as crispy as menu describe. For main course I go for Salmon fish curry..it taste okay, nothing very special that I could add a star here. i only love the peshwani naan bread. As my friend is a regular and he know the staffs, the waiter was friendly to us. Good point is I... more
Good and affordable place in Center London for an Indian restaurant (even if the best deals are in Brick Lane in my opinion)
The restaurant looks pretty fancy and I was quite surprise of the price and the quality of the meals.
I ordered garlic naan with some Korai Lamb (which was perfectly spicy). The garlic naan was good even if the garlic flavor wasn't strong enough. The lamb was really good... more