Harden's survey result
The “excellent South Indian menu” at this Bloomsbury stalwart includes “interesting Keralese fish specialities that distinguish it from the average curry house”. The “modern colonial” décor and “especially graceful service” add to the appeal (though not everybody likes the art). “Very handy for the British Museum and a good alternative to the underwhelming chain options in Charlotte Street”.
“Ignore the unpromising exterior: it belies an airy atrium within” at this “easygoing” Indian, “handy for the British Museum nearby”. “Modern decor combines with southern Indian cuisine”, provided by “very charming staff.”
An attractive “Raj feel and low-stress ambience” help mark out this “good, long-running South Indian” near the British Museum. “Ignore the unassuming entrance and cavernous dining room which is like a business hotel lobby – the food is very tasty and well prepared!”
“Don’t be fooled by the modest entrance” if you seek out this calming Keralan, near the British Museum – even those who find the interior “hotel-y” approve of its “very attentive” service and high-quality South Indian fare.
|Wine per bottle||£16.00|
107 Gt Russell St, London, WC1B 3NA
lunch noon - 3 pm, dinner 6 pm - 11 pm
Last orders: 11 pm