- Main course: £9
- Food spend: £20
- Opening hours
- Sunday to Thursday: 12:00 - 24:00 Friday and Saturday: 12.00 - 01.00
When we visit London we always eat i this intimate restaurant. The food never disappoints, always fresh and tasty. We have been coming here for years, this year was our 50th Anniversary so we has to visit our favourite restaurant. Staff are very friendly. Here's to the next visit.??
02 December 2018
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.
Delhi Brasserie - Soho
44 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4SB
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Customer reviews for Delhi Brasserie - Soho
(((** 2 May 2016 by Louis from London
Food was average and service wasn't especially great. Even so we had booked we had to wait 15min to get our table.
((((( 30 April 2016 by Angie from London
Lovely restaurant, good food and service. A very enjoyable experience.
((((( 4 April 2016 by Stephanie from Bristol
Amazing service, great food and reasonable prices. Recommend the tikka masala and Royal Pot (for desert)
((((( 28 March 2016 by Ann-louise from Gothenburg
Very good food at a very descent price rate and good wine. Very good service and nice tables and environment. Very bad and repeating music...
((((( 13 March 2016 by Derek from Essex
excellent food and excellent service as always, I am a frequent visitor, never disappointed, I did leave my bag and returned to it, and was handed to me without fuss or delay thank you????
((((( 8 March 2016 by Thomas from London
It was great. Lovely food, friendly staff. We went to eat there whilst on my stag do with 13 people. They managed with a party of that size with no issues. Would heartily recommend.
((((* 16 February 2016 by Paul from London
Nice food with efficient and friendly service and pleasant atmosphere.
((((* 9 February 2016 by Peet from London
This was the second time I went. Lamb Saag is my favorite and some naan. What more do I need. Prices seem very reasonable for central Soho. Seating at the 8 seat table is tight, but doable.
((((( 25 January 2016 by Elly from Surrey, UK
the welcome and service are impeccable. They dont rush you to vacate the table even though the place is always busy with people waiting to be seated. Food is delicious. Will book again.
(((** 9 January 2016 by Nathan from London
Food was nice but it was not the best curry I have ever eaten. Waiters are friendly how ever they can be on the verge of being a bit pushy to get you out of the door. We was sat downstairs in a rather cramped room which had three tables in, this made us feel a little claustrophobic and it didn't help being decorated with mirrors to give the impression of it being even busier. All in all it was it was a good experience but wouldn't be my first choice next time if I had the option. .
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