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.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
£25 and under
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37 Great Queen StreetLondonWC2B 5AA
Top 5 reviews of Bhatti
My family needed to eat somewhere before seeing a show, We walked into this restaurant at random. Worst. Indian. Food. Ever.
The chicken tikka masala, which is supposed to have a creamy tomato sauce, was 4 tiny pieces of chicken drowned in cream. The muttar paneer (literally "peas and cheese") had almost no peas in it, and the paneer tasted strange. The lamb vindaloo had only a few scraps of... 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
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,
I wish that I could take a picture of the bizarre butter chicken for this review .... scary... unfortunately it tasted as bizarre as it looks . All of the food was bland and boring. We ordered Mali kulfta ... not sure what we got... chicken tikka masala was exceedingly mundane.
They screwed up our order. In a city known for great Indian food it was a total disappointment. more
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.
The roti, mince rice and bhindi (okra) fry were very close to what we would cook at home. The butter chicken was more typical to Punjab than some of the weird versions that I... more