All reader reviews by Rikka

London Bridge Tandoori

This restaurant, i know, doesn't claim to be glamarous or 'chic'. What it lacks in decor and space, it makes up for in abundance with its character, service, grub and cosiness. I work just around the corner in Monument and have been visiting this place without fail every week for the past 6 years. Many of our office parties and business meetings as well as social gatherings take place there - loads of happy memories ! This is a small and friendly family run Indian restaurant and the food never dissapoints. The waiters and the owners are chatty, make you feel welcome and never rush you however busy they get. The food is delicious as well. Loads to choose from the menu but i always opt for my usual which is an onion bhajee for starters, a chicken dish (usually the chicken chilli masala) and rice for main and some creamy mango lassi to finish my meal off with. Add in a few Cobra beers, and it makes for a good wholesome meal. I have recommended this place to many friends and family and they too have had similar experiences like me. One word of warning however, if you plan to take out a large group for a decent and value for money Indian then book ahead as this place is pretty small and gets pretty packed, especially on Thursdays and Fridays. This place has been in London Bridge for years and during my visits i notice many other faces who seem to also share my valued opinion of the place. Repeat custom, deliciously prepared and moderately priced food, friendly service and a cosy atmosphere - i guess these final words sum this place up for me !l

Friday, September 21, 2007
Overall rating 8 stars
Food 8 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 6 | Value for money 10

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