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All reviews masala dosa chilli vegetable dishes prawns bread formica tables indian food bar downstairs high commission basic indian set meal an institution central london west end limited menu at lunchtime strand
What did I walk into!? Going up the stairs to the ‘restaurant’ I felt as if I was in some scary building that you see in some of the American films that lead off a dodgy alley! The building is very run down and it...More
Decided to go here after reading about it in Time Out. The reviews on TripAdvisor and some good some bad. Dosas are reasonably priced and tasty, the veggie biryani and curry small or expensive (you choose) and quite dull and made from frozen veg, paratha...More
The India club is unique in the heart of the west end it hasn't changed in decades and is totally uncommercial with a bring your own drinks policy and traditional and friendly service the food is average but is really cheap for the west end...More
The food was very good, lamb of a high quality, tender and lean. The service was perfunctory but polite, not surprising as they were packed at 6.30 on a Monday evening before New Year. Had some decent cocktails in the bar downstairs first, 2 for...More
Unusual location, good social are for drinking (bottled beer only but Cobra and Kingfisher both available), restaurant crowded with large parties, food small servings and not expected quality.
Restaurant did have draft Cobra as well as bottled beers.
But some of these issues may be...More
My vegetable curry was incredibly bland and the portion size was tiny! There’s no need for such tiny portions when the ingredients for a vegetable curry are so cheap. I was sitting with friends who picked a combination deal which gave them a range of...More
Great Imdian restaurant with many classic dishes you won't find in mainstream Indian restaurant.
The decor hasn't improved, so don't come here if you want plush surroundings.
Do come here if you want excellent and different classic Indian food: we had dosas and Biryani with...More
Prebooked an expensive set menu for £24. I was interested to visit here because of the history of the building. Appalling curry no flavour and full of salt. The worst Indian food I have ever had, I felt physically sick.
The bar on the floor...More
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. The “food” we were served was cold and bland, however the worst part was the service. The staff were so rude and refused to take our order unless we all sat on different tables which was very...More
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