La Porte des Indes (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 32 Bryanston Street / London W1H 7EG / United Kingdom / Tel: +44 20 7224 0055
Newest Review: ... but it seems that non meat dishes are not always available on the main menu, which is a shame as you don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy non-meat dishes - after all if you go to India most of the authentic dishes are vegetarian. Some dishes are marked at Medium Hot, Hot or Very Hot, or containing nuts. Unmarked dishes are considered to not be particularly hot or spicy (or nutty). The ... more
Customer La Porte des Indes (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
La Porte Des Indes is an Indian with a difference. Not only is it more expensive that your local curry house, but it prides itself in French inspired Indian cuisine from Pondicherry and the surrounds in the South East of India. The French stayed in this part of India until the fifties - about seven years after independence. This means there are dishes with a difference on this menu, the emphasis is on fine dining rather than a casual Friday night 'beer and curry' crowd. My boyfriend had been given some Christmas money from his father and had decided that he wanted to return to this restaurant which he had last visited a few years before. We had a booking for 7pm on . Read the complete review
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