Halal food is creeping into the food chain industry not only in United Kingdom, but worldwide. The Delhi Brasserie one of the best Indian Restaurant in Soho, London has been serving the highest quality Halal Indian cuisine to the discerning diner in the heart of the most fashionable part of London’s trendy Soho.
With some of London’s most popular clubs and bars nearby, Delhi Brasserie is open until 1am on Fridays and Saturdays; this place is ideally suitable for you night owls to grab a quiet bite before heading home.
Located a few minutes’ walk away from Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Tottenham Court Road the Delhi brasserie restaurant is bright, spacious and has a great gothic interior décor. First look at the menu and you can see that there is something for everyone, including best halal meat. I went for seekh kebab and chicken wings. The seekh kebab were well presented and cooked well, The chicken wings were grilled then BBQ sauce added on once cooked and the portion of the starter was really good.
Here is the hard part, what to order from the range of 3 course set menu which includes:
Fish of the day, Nan Bread, Lamb Pasanda, Chicken Korai, Vegetables, Pilau Rice & Sweets
Tandoori Quail, Nan Bread, Lamb Kata Masala, Chicken Korma, Vegetables, Pilau Rice & Sweets
Aloo Chops, Nan Bread, Kerala Fish Curry, Lamb Korma, Vegetables, Pilau Rice & Sweets
Chicken Kebab, Nan Bread, Lamb Korai, Tandoori Quail Masala, Vegetable, Pilau Rice and Sweets
I chose menu 1 and I was pretty happy with the taste and the quantity served. By this time I was full, but there is always a special place for Desserts in my tummy. After having a hearty conversation with my friends we ordered Flute hazel and royal pot and this is where things got even better. The ice cream was rich, sweet and tasted really yum.
All in all, we had a great time eating here at the Delhi brasserie halal restaurant in soho, overall it is a very good restaurant with good drinks, food and desserts so there really is something for everyone with friendly and efficient service. The Delhi brasserie restaurant is at short stroll from Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and British Museum.