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The Bhatti Indian restaurant is a centrally-located establishment that is open each day for lunch and dinner and is right in the heart of London's West End, making it a great pre or post-theatre option for dinner parties of all sizes. This pleasant venue is right on Great Queen Street, opposite Freemason's Hall, and is easy to find, proving popular with curious tourists and those in the know.
Although the centre of London, and Covent Garden in particular, boasts plenty of Indian restaurants, Bhatti is certainly considered as one of the finest having been recommended by none other than renowned chef Egon Ronay. A quick peek inside will tell you all you need to know - the place is invariably busy, day and night. Housed in a 17th century listed building and boasting a richly traditional and highly inviting interior décor, the setting could not be more refined.
Neither, it has to be said, could the food. Trading in typical yet exceptional Indian staples, the menu here at Bhatti is both good value and instantly familiar, with every type of curry, side, appetiser and tandoori dish imaginable ready to order and cooked to perfection. No gimmicks, distractions or quirky additions; just supremely delicious, freshly-prepared meals that are reasonably priced.
Particular popular at Bhatti is the supremely spicy vindaloo, which certainly challenges the most dedicated curry lovers, while the madras, the classic Tikka Masala, the biryanis and the beautifully tender lamb kebabs are not to be missed. Topped off with excellent value, good quality wine, beers and spirits, a meal at Bhatti is a sublimely unforgettable and wonderfully filling occasion that is perfect for the whole family.
37 Great Queen Street, Covent-Garden, WC2B 5AAView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
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- All Ages
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- Pre Theatre