The restaurant looks very nice and the staff is very good. Unfortunately the food is average or below average and the prices are high. The staff told us that the restaurant will close down by the end of the month.
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We went there for dinner on a cold winter evening. The attendant at the main door was not exactly what I would call welcoming, he also did not offer us to use the cloakroom facility for our coats/jackets. The table we were offered was right...More
We were introduced to La Porte des Indes in 2010. We enjoyed the food some much that we asked them to do the catering for our wedding. La Porte des Indes is not your typical Indian restaurant. The cuisine is extremely refined, the dishes are...More
Just wanted a quick bite for lunch but the amazing buffet tempted us to try everything. The starters were varied & tasty. The mains suited all tastes & catered for everyone & the desserts wonderful. Sunday lunch was perfect & live music added a special...More
Was shocked to see the menu! The authentic Indo French cuisine is overpowered by North Indian dishes! There is no respect or an attempt to keep the authentic meaning of the whole place titled in French but serving predominantly North Indian food at 200% the...More
I went there with family and friends . We were a large group . I found the service ok, but the food and decor was appalling ! The food was poorly made , some dishes not well cooked and some too dry. The decor was...More
but the food was luke warm and things were a bit shabby - tablecloths, etc could use an upgrade. Also though papadums came to the table without ordering, but this is extra.
Located in central London off Oxford Street is an example of a high end Indian food place. Having visited it about 15 years ago it was good to find that it is still going on. This means something. The tandoori chicken was irresistible and the...More
Have eaten here several times, as couples, family and a work night out, sorry no pictures, but it’s a great place to eat, staff are helpful! Yes it’s a little more expensive than you average Indian curry but it’s above average so well worth it👍🏼