The Delhi Brasserie

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About The Delhi Brasserie

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 absolute yonks. The décor is traditional and elegant with warm colours, comfy chairs and white table linens. The menu includes dishes like a starter of chicken kebab, many tandooris, lamb jhal frezi, madras or vindaloo, biryanis, and on and on. Superbly placed for pre- and post-theatre dinners, as it’s open seven days until midnight.

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The entrance/facade of The Delhi already gives one a good impression. I wasn't disappointed. Food is of good quality and good value. I was also impressed at how busy the place got at around 7pm when all the tables have been occupied. Would go back again.

Friendly Service although a little cramped by the stairs.

The restaurant is next to Ronnie Scott's in Soho and was busy. There was some confusion about the toptable offer (we had to insist that there was indeed a three course offer), but once that was cleared up the food was OK. The lamb dish was slightly tough and the dessert slightly odd. But overall a fairly good, reasonably priced and well located Indian restaurant.

Almost inedible first course, very cramped table, second course was better; pretty lousy.....

There must be a reason why this little Indian local has survived in such a competitive city/area: the food is good (and not bad value), the service attentive and its perfect for pre-theatre or a quick supper as it is served very rapidly. Wine list is, surprisingly, also not too bad. Would definetely recommend it if you are in Soho and feel like a change from all those new trendy tapas bars etc. Skip coffee and go to Bar Italia across the road for a proper espresso after your meal.

The Delhi Brasserie, Soho, London Excellent attention and service, good food as always.

Great service, great night. Couldn't have been much better.

Delhi brasserie special deal was OK, food was average and service was good.

very friendly service and excellent food. Also very good value with the 3 courses offer.

went to the Delhi Brasserie last night in soho,the food was lovely the staff were fab, how ever they need to sort the toilet's out there was only one lady's and the loo seat was falling off.

The restaurant has pleasant decor and good quality food. However we found the waiter staff over attentive which became really frustrating - continuously interrupting our conversation. Perhaps more a tourist joint than we would have liked. a disappointment.

Great location, great service (both discrete and fast). Food is pretty standard, nothing wrong with anything, based on the £15.95 special menu. Happy to recommend.

Quite nice... although nothing special. The menu is vast... which is always worrying for somewhere pretty small. The TT menu isn't very good and won't really save you more than £5, and you are pretty limited so we opted for the main a la carte.

Nicely located if you;re in Soho, just adjacent from Ronnie Scotts. Probably better curry houses around, and with better deals too.

We hadn't been to The Delhi Brasserie for a long time (last time 2 years ago for a Christmas party) and decided to return for our monthly curry club last night. I have to say we weren't disappointed. The food is still really good and remains in one of our top 5. Service was with a smile and restaurant was busy with a great vibe. Thanks DB, we won't be so long returning next time!

Book on behalf of colleagues from our Paris office. They rated the food and service as second to none. I'm told it is worth visiting and highly recommended.

I had a very pleasant dinner at The Delhi Brasserie. The staff were particularly attentive and the food and wine on the top table deal were very reasonable and good quality. I will go again.

I visited the Delhi Brasserie in Soho a couple of nights ago on the back of TT's "£15.95 plus drinks" offer. Situated a couple of doors along from Ronnie Scott's, it's surprising that I had never visited this restaurant before. The special menu was a bit limited but was certainly nice enough and I particularly enjoyed the dessert having never ordered a dessert in an Indian restaurant before. I must also add that the service was exemplary, the waiters were attentive, friendly and efficient.

Very nice small restaurant in a great location next to Ronnie Scotts in Soho. Warm welcome and attentive service. We booked the TT 50% deal are were impressed with the choice and offer to switch with items from a la carte. Great lamb samosas, beautifully spiced, butter chicken very nice as were the vegetable dishes. Desert was a bit disappointing, not sure what it was ! Staff were friendly and even offered to switch us to the window table when it became free, impressive ! Overall very good.

Really comfortable and efficient eating experience with what my American friend described as 'the best Indian food she had ever tasted'.

Our meal was somewhat disrupted by a power shortage, evidently the kitchen must use a gas stove as they managed to deliver our food anyway. The menu is pretty much what to expect from a standard curry house but cooked with an unusual attention to spices and flavour combinations. Hard to find anything better for this price

Service was nice and attentive. All in all it was a successful visit and my visiting friends to got a nice curry experience.