Delhi Brasserie - Soho

44 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4SB

(4)
Indian
Average
Main Course £9
Food Spend £20
Hours of Operation:
Sunday to Thursday: 12:00 - 24:00
Friday and Saturday: 12.00 - 01.00

Very good food and excellent service.

Art Aguayo 7 October 2016
From London

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More about Delhi Brasserie - Soho

With accolades from Time Out and Egon Ronay, Delhi Brasserie was called ‘the best restaurant in Soho’ by the Evening Standard. Just along from Ronnie Scott’s, elegant tall windows look out over historic Frith Street, a buzzing city location to enjoy its traditional Indian food for more than 25 years.

Delhi Brasserie’s West End location makes it easy to combine with a visit to London’s theatres or shops, with the chef’s recommendations including lamb keema masala and fish dupiaza. Charcoal grilled trout and king prawns are among speciality tandoori dishes.

Vegetarian curries and biryani feature on the Delhi Brasserie menu, along with a tasty seafood selection. Classics like chicken saag, lamb dansak and tikka masala are all present, along with sizzling barbecued kebabs.

With a wide-ranging menu masterminded by chef Shib Nath, the Delhi Brasserie restaurant in London can create bespoke offerings for special occasions. Delhi Brasserie is a 5-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station.

Customer Reviews for Delhi Brasserie - Soho

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(3)
4 January 2017 by Susan Shapiro from NwYork usa
Food good but not as good as last time. Chicken tikka overcooked. Rice pudding excellent
(4)
25 November 2016 by Hilary Oliver from London
The food was very good, loved the tastes and at a good affordable price. We really liked the variety especially the starters. The Crab Achi was amazing, with the crab taste really coming through. Our waiter was friendly and the food came in a good time - thank you. My only criticism would be that intially we were being shown to a table upstairs for 4 people, where one of the chairs would have been nearly impossible to sit at and would have been really uncomfortable had we taken it. It needs to be a table for 2 people not 4, THank you.
(5)
7 October 2016 by Art Aguayo from London
Very good food and excellent service.
(2)
20 September 2016 by Amit Ojha from London
Had taken a few guests from India here. Best avoided. Not an Indian restaurant, run by a bangladeshi owner and chefs so the cuisine had a much different taste and texture to actual north Indian food. No arrangement for babies, the staff was rude and told us that we had to order one main dish per person which is quite ridiculous as the menu did not have sufficient vegetarian dishes. The place is quite cramped and food quality was poor. The garlic nan were good. The service can do much better. Not value for money. Will avoid.
(5)
10 August 2016 by Neil Penny from Radstock
I tried to cancel as I had erroneously booked the wrong day - but the site wouldnt let me cancel. I have now re-booked!
(4)
10 July 2016 by Damien from London Borough of Ealing
Friendly attentive service and tasty food. The only problem was that our table was very cramped in the corner - my friends had to get out of their seats whenever I needed to leave the table so I could climb over their chairs.
(3)
3 July 2016 by Richard Tomlins from Coventry
fast service and good food!
(4)
2 July 2016 by Sally Chatterjee from London
Very nice meal, good service
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2 July 2016 by Sarah from Hampshire
I went here with my boyfriend before the theatre and we really enjoyed everything! I had the tandoori lamb chops which were amazing! We had the sharing starter and poppadoms which were a really nice way to start the meal. They do need more choice of wine by the glass. There was a large selection of wine but only 2 wines that they'll serve by the glass which was disappointing since we both wanted different ones. We would come here again; it's also about a 30 second walk from the Prince Edward Theatre which is nice!
Thankyou to the staff for my birthday balloons!
(4)
29 May 2016 by Sarah Dunne from London
Good food, great location and atmosphere

Delhi Brasserie - Soho

44 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4SB

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