Overall the food was nice, but for £61 for only 2 people I though was rather pricey for an Indian.
Again, food was nice so not knocking it.
Yes I'd recommend for special occasions but not for regular sit down Indian meals.
A large open plan restaurant with plenty of space. The food was very nice and the service was efficient. Not your usual expensive London Restaurant; prices were good and tips were at the discretion of the customer.
So, i had booked the restaurant for 9 of my colleagues and I to have a nice meal after we had been go karting. On first impression we were greeted very well and shown to our table.
The starters that we ordered arrived and went down very well.
My boss, who was over from Australia then decided to order his main meal first as he was very tiered and was suffering from jet lag and wanted to go back to his hotel. So, his food arrived and then he left for the evening.
The remainder of us proceeded to order our main dishes - which arrived but my bosses meal also arrived again....
We ordered a selection of different dishes but in all fairness we all said that we had a better Indian elsewhere.
So, onto the bill...
When we arrived we ordered a round of cobras then two of the guys had a bottle of wine.
We then ordered another round of drinks after (6) and then another 4
We asked for the bill and it had 60 cobras listed as the first line item, which was acknowledged as an accident and was removed, only to be then replaced with 23....i also challenged this and this argument of the number of drinks consumed went on for about 10 minutes...
The remaining items also listed seemed to just have the incorrect prices against them. I just couldn't be bothered to argue anymore and frankly i just wanted to leave...
Perhaps we just had a bad experience i'm not to sure, but if you do go, please keep an eye on what you ordered and perhaps take a screenhsot of the menu so you can cross reference the prices with the bill at the end.
Food was good as ever and the staff were absolutely brilliant with kids. We went quite early - 6:30 so it was rather quiet but otherwise all good.
I have been coming here for many year and never fails me
We showed up in time - as confirmed. The service person immediately informed us that we need to leave due to another reservation.
We can nit comment on food nor service but the behaviour and attitude is absolutly inacceptable.
We can not recommend this place.
Was ok, not busy at all so I'd deadly silent. Service was extremely poor Evan tho it wasn't busy.
The restaurant was empty but for one table when we arrived (7:15pm on a Tuesday). By the time we left 2hrs later there was only I additional table occupied. There were also several little flies/nats around our table.
Latest of several visits to the Bengal Clipper and the experience was as good as it always is. Friendly welcome and comfortable, smart dining atmosphere, quite quiet on a Thursday evening at 6.45pm before several parties arrived somewhat later. Great sense of space and the waiter took great care over my friend's dietary restrictions. Food was very good and the bill was very reasonable (c.£50 for two including beer, excluding service). I will return regularly for good Indian food in very smart and comfortable surroundings, aided by the friendly service.
Food was decent, slightly underwhelming but a standard curry house. Was hoping with the areas' reputation it would be a little more refined but the service was lovely and it was a good value.