There is a consistant premise throughout this entire place, from the elephant in the bar to the waterfall that runs in our main entrance and the stunning Indian momentos.
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If you after indian food that is actually indian food you wont find it here, the menu seems to have been adapted to appeal to a wider audience which in itself may not be a bad thing but as far as the food go, I went in hoping for indian and felt I was left shortchanged, the curry had absolutely no bite to it, the 'naan' was flat and tough and the basmai rice was gluggy. We were also packed in like sardines in a can aswell...
The atmosphere is certainly unique, theyve done a good job on that, if they served proper indian food they would be onto something truely special, however it didnt quite hit the mark....
A very enjoyable visit. This restaurant is often hard to get into as its reputation makes it a in place to eat. The interior is a rabbit warren of rooms with an old India theme through out. The small dining rooms make it a special, cosy place to eat. If you like curries then you will love their menu and food. The main dining room can be a little noisy, but not too bad that you can't hear people.
I would recommend this restaurant to all who like Indian food.
Bombay Bicycle Club is not just a pub or restaurant, its an experience. The Indian theme runs throughout the hotel, from the grand entrance with tigers and water feature and sounds of the jungle to the massive gaming room with beautiful couches and bar, The side bar with its old library feel, massive screens and ornately carved bar is worth dropping in just for a look and the bikes hanging from the ceiling add to the feel. But it was Gungadins restaurant that i was blown away,you enter into a large open are with waterfall cascading down from two stories high into the open cellar where you can go down yourself and select from the wine list, The food is varied but it was Indian we were there for and we were not dissapointed, Everything we tried was AWESOME, and the service was fantastic. Prices are not too bad an the quality of the meals (and desserts) are well worth the money. I cant recomend this place highly enough. go and check it out, you won't be dissapointed.