Restaurants, Indian London Bridge
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Close to London Bridge, Shad is a contemporary Indian restaurant that casts its culinary net wide. Chef Mr Chowdhury recreates traditional dishes from across the country, 'from the Himalayas to the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal', with specials including dhaka murgh (chicken stuffed with lamb, with coriander and tomatoes) and khala lamb bhuna (a Punjabi dish), which is slow-cooked lamb with fenugreek, lentils, green peppers and tomatoes.


Venue name: Shad
Address: 96 Tooley Street
Transport: Tube: London Bridge tube/rail
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The quality of the food used to be better here; on this occasion, the flavours were OK but most of our curries were almost cold when we got them. The food took a while to arrive as well. But the staff are very friendly and they easily accommodated a party of 10 on a Friday night. Summary: come here following an after work booze session but don't expect too much. 


I really love this place. Their prices are reasonable and the staff are super friendly. Definitely recommend their mushroom rice! Portions are good too, so can't really complain! If you are around London Bridge can craving Indian Food-- this is a great bet!


I booked in advance quoting the Time Out Card but when we wanted to pay they claimed not to be part of the time out offer. After we talked to the manager they took the cheapest main dish of the bill but we had to pay full price for the rice, naan and side dishes. It is a shame when you have to end a nice evening arguing. The food was nice though, the restaurant was full, we had to wait 10min before we were seated.