Woodlands restaurants offer a wide range of vegetarian Indian dishes inspired by the flavours of South Indian cuisine. This branch also has a bar area.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
37 Panton Street
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4EA
- +44 (0)20 7839 7258
Top 5 reviews of Woodlands Restaurant
I had the vegetable samosas and masala dosa, both of which were fine. They had a separate vegan menu which was nice. Overall, not the most exciting dining experience but it gets the job done. more
I was kind of skeptical of trying this restaurant after many negative reviews here, but I was quite pleased with my experience here. Being a vegetarian and lover of Indian food, this seemed to be the right place for me. The menu is rather big, with lots of options, including two Thalis to choose from that let you get a taste of multiple things. The service was good and the restaurant wasn't... more
A small and reasonably authentic south Indian vegetarian restaurant in the heart of theatre-land, and just a stone's throw from Piccadilly Circus.
It's a small place, down a few steps. It's funny how your memory plays tricks as I remember it as larger, but maybe that's because it was s very long time ago!
The menu is dominated by Thalia and dosas, which come in all shapes and sizes; some are... more
If I could give this no stars I would.. During our first trip to London as Vegans we decided to give this restaurant a shot based on the ratings. Although the food was decent (Far from good) The customer service was HORRIBLE!!! When we first arrived we ordered 2 appetizers....30 minutes later we were still waiting for it to arrive. When we asked 1 of the wait staff she stated "5 more minutes"... more
Let me start off by saying the food itself was OK-to-Good. But the rest left a lot to be desired.
We booked an early table for a pre-theatre dinner before a show at The Harold Pinter Theatre which is directly opposite the restaurant. We were first sat by the door - standard practice for an empty restaurant to look busier than it is - but there was an almighty draft and we asked to be moved... more