Acerca de La Porte des Indes
Cenar en Porte des Indes, ubicado cerca de Marble Arch, es una experiencia inolvidable en todos los sentidos. El restaurante es lujoso y exuberante, albergando obras de arte, antigüedades, una escalera de mármol y una cascada de 9 metros de altura. El salón principal está decorado con plantas y flores tropicales, con más de 5.000 tallos importados cada semana. Los 8 chefs crean gastronomía india clásica así como también especialidades de antiguas colonias francesas, además, el restaurante es conocido por sus cocteles frutales. Porte des Indes ofrece placer para todos los sentidos y es perfecto para reuniones de negocios, cenas románticas y domingos familiares con su buffet de brunch dominical.
London, W1H 7EG
Estilo de comida:
Horas de operación:
Monday - Thursday: 12pm - 3pm, 7pm - 11pm
Friday and Saturday: 12pm - 2:30pm, 7pm - 11:30pm
Sunday: 7pm - 11:30pm
Código de etiqueta:
Informal y elegante
Rango de precio:
De £26 a £40
Opciones de pago
020 7224 0055
Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo
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La Porte des Indes calificaciones y reseñas
Excellent service coupled with great authentic food. A sheer delight and a pleasure for a special dining evening out! We have been there before and will continue to go there. A very small gripe however, when paying top prices for such a great place it would have been nice for the waiters/waitresses to check if our wine glasses needed topping up. Now that would have been the icing on the cake for great service!
The decor feels dated and a little faded. The food was OK but did not live up to the billing and was lukewarm. It seems expensive for basically a buffet meal. The service was a bit hit and miss; and really annoyed at the end when the requested bill was plonked visibly in front of invited friends rather than handled discreetly.
First time visit to the La Porte des Indes a very upmarket Indian restaurant. Whilst not cheap, it's £6 a pint of Cobra and main course around £24, the food was delicious and would recommend to anyone who haven't been. The outside looks rather small but once inside it's amazing how many people table are available.
Years of going La Porte des Indes still leave me unprepared for the insides of what looks like a regular, high street Indian restaurant from the outside. The food is fun and an interesting take on regular Indian food with the French and Cochin influences.
Easily the worst food over 2 weeks that we spent in London. Inordinately overpriced for the poorest quality Indian food. Stale meat and bland vegetarian food made for one of the poorest dining experiences in the country.
Strongly avoid the lamb dishes. Avoid the restAurant too if you can, especially if you are Indian and know what Indian food should taste like.
Personally I think this restaurant is dated and needs refurbishment. It does not cater for elderly people as the buffet on a Sunday is spread across 2 floors and people need to keep climbing up and down some very slippery stairs with extremely old, heavy plates! I've never quite seen anything like it! The service was very poor, and we had to keep trying to get the waiting staff's attention as they were not keeping an eye on our table to see if we were okay and whether we needed anything. On top of that they charge a 12.5% service charge and don't even have a policy of refunding customers' for their car parking charges if they spend eg over £100. Not somewhere I will be rushing back to in a hurry to be honest.
One of my favourite restaurants. My companion was highly impressed with the Sunday brunch and said he would return. My two sons also love this restaurant and two of my grand-daughters were smitten with the food and the ambience. Top class Franco-Indian restaurant.
There was an odor smell once we entered the restaurant.the chicken taste is not good also there's lots of fat in the chicken you will not get a full piece of chicken with out that fat and this is the second time I dine in before I submit this evaluation.
I was recommended by colleagues as this was a birthday for my Indian wife, and whilst we eat frequently at Indian restaurants I was told this would be different. The ambience was excellent but the food, the service and the value for money left much to be desired. I recognise the uplift due to London prices but a meal which was at least 5 times the cost of its equivalent in the Midlands, was not great, was bland in its taste and content.
Sadly, it was a oneoff experience which I wouldn't repeat. Not for me, sorry
This is one of my favorite restaurants in the world. The atmosphere is amazing and the food is outstanding. The staff is very attentive. If you haven't tried it you must. Go hungry and do the prix menu. 59£ but worth it. Such a great mix of spices and flavors for any palette.
This restaurant charges £4.00 for 2 roasted popadoms! This really sums it up for me. The food is at best average the service when it came was adequate but the prices are extortionate!! I work very local and have visited many of the other establishments in this area and none are this crazy priced. Very disappointed.
To be fair I have eaten here previously so I knew the food wasn't that great but as I couldn't find a table for 10 elsewhere I went with this as a last option.
The venue itself is very impressive and the service is very attentive. However, for what it is, the food is very overpriced and there are far better curry restaurants in London which offer much better value for money.
The fact that a can of Coca Cola is £6 says it all really!
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