The Delhi Brasserie

44 Frith St, London, W1D 4SB Directions

Tel 020 7437 8261
   Now closed Open today 12:00 - 00:00

Business overview

The Delhi Brasserie Indian Restaurant has served the highest quality Indian cuisine in the heart of the most fashionable part of London’s trendy Soho for nearly 30 years.

At The Delhi Brasserie Indian Restaurant you'll find the heart of Soho tastes of curry. And masala. And coriander, yoghurt, and lots of secret spices. The Delhi Brasserie lies right off Soho Square and has been attracting a loyal clientele for nearly 30 years. The décor is traditional and elegant with warm colours, comfy chairs and white table linens. The menu includes dishes like a starter of Chicken Chaat, many Tandoori's, Jalfrezi, Biryani, Seafood Curry's and many wonderful dishes you won't have seen or tasted before. Superbly placed for pre- and post-theatre dinners, as it’s open seven days from mid-day to midnight (1 am on Friday and Saturday).


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Products & Services

Indian cuisine

Indian takeaways

Style: Modern Restaurant

Average three-course meal price: £20

Average main-course price: £13

Takeaway menus

Credit Cards Accepted

Party Bookings Accepted

Private Hire Available

Full Bar Facilities

Open Late Every Night

Perfect For Pre & Post Theatre Dining


Don't go here - EVER

Having eaten here several times since 2001 I visited yesterday for the first time in around 2 years and was bitterly dissapointed.

The menu has changed and gone are the interesting curries - to be replaced with boring standard curry dishes.

Most shockingly the staff were rude and rushed us with our food and to top it off popped open a hot towel in the face of my friend - which was highly aggressive and rude.

Do not eat here - there are several other Indian restaurants in the area serving much better food. Take a stroll to Covent Garden.
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You can't have dessert..

A week ago I went to this restaurant with a friend of mine. I have visited the restaurant before, but not on a Friday night.
From the second we got in, we felt that the waiters were stressing a lot to get us out early. We quickly decided for a dinner and a bottle of wine, and we were served right after. We did not get those free popadums that I usually have gotten in Indian Restaurants in London, but it didn't matter to much really.

The annoying bit was that the waiters were hanging over us ALL the time,- and in the end we just let them take our food before we had finished. We did eat fast as well!

Since we still had a half of bottle with wine left, we did not feel like dessert straight away. I politely asked if we could just wait, and I would rather ask them when we were ready. But after 7 TIMES (!) of asking within the next 10 minutes, we said they could just take the menu. One of the waiters seemed mad we were not hungry yet, and acted rudely towards us. Some people on the table next to us did also notice how rude they were, and did just shake their heads. The other table next to us, a couple trying to have a romantic dinner, ended up beeing quite mad because of the bad service towards them as well.

Two times the waiters did "mistakenly" put a bill on our table as well.

We decided to have a quick dessert before heading to town (despite all), and I asked for the menu. Two seconds later another waiter comes over and say, "this table is reserved". I said, "So we can't order dessert than"? He said "no". So I said "well, I guess we will have to pay then". He said "yes", and ran getting our bill. To be honest, I have never in my entire life not given the included 10% tip, but we really felt very not welcome in this restaurant, and the service was really bad.

The absolute worst restaurant experience we have ever had.
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