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Delhi Brasserie -The Best Indian Restaurant Near Prince Edward Theatre and Her majesty’s theatre London

I am a huge movie buff, my weekends are not complete without theatres. I thoroughly enjoy the shows at Prince Edward Theatre and Her majesty’s theatre. Basically am an Indian settled in London. So I usually love to devour a sumptuous meal at Indian restaurant. I was told by my closest chum that “Delhi brasserie” ones of the best Indian restaurant near Prince Edward Theatre and Her majesty’s theatre is the best place to relish your thirst for Indian cuisine.  Without further ado I immediately went to “Delhi Brasserie” and I must admit that this is the best Indian restaurant in soho.

Best Indian Restaurants near Prince Edward Theatre

Best Indian Restaurants near Her majesty’s Theatre

Since am a movie buff here is a brief peek about my most favorite theatre in London:

Prince Edward Theatre:

Prince Edward Theatre is situated to the north of Leicester Square, in the City of Westminster, London. The theatre was designed in 1930 by Edward A. Stone,[1] with an interior designed by Marc-Henri Levy and Gaston Laverdet. In 1935, Stone converted the theatre to a dance and cabaret hall, being renamed the “London Casino”. The theatre was acquired by EMI, and a new conventional cinema screen installed at a cost of £150,000. The Casino Theatre continued in use as a cinema until, after the final film run of a revival of Lady Sings the Blues and Mahogany which ended on April 8 1978, it was converted back to a theatre by RHWL Architects.

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Come have lip smacking sumptuous Indian cuisine at ”Delhi Brasserie” the best Indian restaurant near Prince Edward Theatre

Her majesty’s Theatre:

The theatre was established by architect and playwright John Vanbrugh, in 1705, as the Queen’s Theatre, this theatre quickly became an opera house. The name of the theatre changes with the sex of the monarch. It first became the King’s Theatre in 1714 on the accession of George I. It was renamed Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1837. The theatre has been home to record-setting musical theatre runs, notably the World War I sensation Chu Chin Chow[1] and the current production, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, which has played continuously at Her Majesty’s since 1986.

If you are looking for an authentic Indian cuisine after having fun at Her majesty’s theatre, then visit “Delhi Brasserie”, the best Indian restaurants near her majesty’s theatre London.

best Indian restaurant near her majesty's theatre London

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