This restaurant though in a very posh area does not live up to the rest of the restaurants in the area like the Bombay Brasserie which is in a league of its own. Though not a new restaurant the staff were not experienced enough to run a London restaurant. The food however was of good standard and presented well the service let the restaurant down. The décor was unremarkable. The most memorable dish was the snapper in breadcrumbs. As it is unremarkable restaurant the price is unremarkable. It is suitable for ordinary occasion and the special occasion without breaking the bank balance.
The Delhi Brasserie - Kensington
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
The traffic thundering by out on the Cromwell Road has no idea that behind the foliage-hidden exterior of the Delhi Brasserie there lurks an elegant, authentic Indian restaurant with a broad, knowledgeable fanbase. The décor is smart traditional, with off-white walls, white table-linens, and fresh flowers, and there is a fleet of keen waitstaff right on their toes. The menu includes favourites like samosas, biryanis, and lamb pakora, as well as slightly more unusual dishes like charcoal-cooked marinated quail and fish terna masala. The chef’s special is a classic chicken Tandoori, so you shouldn’t miss that.