About Bhatti

Covent Garden ain’t short of good Indian restaurants, and Bhatti is amongst the best. After all, it’s been recommended by Egon Ronay. Housed in an historic 17th century listed building, it is pleasantly bright inside where spotlights highlight the shiny blonde wooded floor and chairs. After a friendly welcome comes the best bit - the menu. There’s nothing esoteric or scary on it, just a familiar palate-pleasing list of the dishes you know and love - chicken tikka masala, jalfreizi, vindaloo, madras, lamb rogan ghosh...Pretty much everything is good value; a bottle of house wine costs just under a tenner. Whether a curry lover or curry virgin, Bhatti is a great place to explore Indian cuisine.

Full a la carte


Prawn cocktail - £3.50
Lamb tikka - £3.75
Murgh tikka (boneless chicken marinated and cooked in a charcoal clay oven) - £3.75
Shami kebab - £3.75
Tandoori bater (very tender quails, marinated in well blended spices and cooked in a clay oven at low tempersture) - £4.25
Murgh chat - £3.95
Allo chat - £3
Samosa (vegetable) - £3
Onion Bhaji - £3
Muligatawney soup (lentil based spicy soup) - £2.75
Fish kebab - £4.50
Prawn poori - £4.50
Bhatti special (chicken drumstick, seekh kebab and onion bhajee) - £4.75

Main Course

Prawn curry - £8.50
Prawn korma - £8.50
King prawn masala - £14.95
Tandoori fish - £9.75
Murgh tandoori - £7.25
mixed grill - £12.95
Tandoori lamb chops - £7.95
Chicken/lamb shashlik - £8.75
Lamb dhansak - £7.35
Bhuna gosht - £6.95
Lamb rogan josh - £7.25
Murgh vindaloo - £6.95
Murgh jalfrezi - £7.35


Additional Information


37 Great Queen Street, WC2B 5AA

Nearest tube:

Covent Garden

Average Price:

Under £24/€40

Opening times:

Lunch: Mon-Sun 12pm-2.45pm
Dinner: Sun-Wed 5.30pm-11.30pm, Thurs-Sat 5.30pm-11.45pm

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