|Previous name:||Moved into Philpot Tandoori!|
|Address:||9-10 Philpot Lane|
|London EC3M 8AA|
|Phone:||020 7929 2229|
Visits to this restaurant ...
|1. 27 Dec 2001|||||2. 27 Apr 2006|||||3. 31 May 2007|||||4. 27 Nov 2014|||||5. 26 Nov 2015|
|6. 31 Oct 2019|
|Visit Number:||22 (visit 1 of 6 for this restaurant)|
|Date of visit:||27 Dec 2001|
|Cost per head:||£25.00 (1.5 beers)|
|John||7||5||7||7||6||5||4||3||4||5.3||See John's comments|
|Dave||7||7||8||8||8||7||8||7||6||7.4||See Dave's comments|
|Graeme||8||7||6||8||6||6||4||5||6||6.1||See Graeme's comments|
John - Nice starter - Prawn Puree. Main course bland - veg dish cold. Also v. expensive. However, conversation lively. Griff had the quote of the year: "His friend is a blood specialist … he specialises in blood." PROFOUND!!
Dave - Excellent curry house - more upmarket than those visited recently (fully tiled toilets complete with halogen lighting!). Duck Tikka for starter was very tasty and I even ventured away from chicken curry for the main course. On top of all this I had the honour of sharing the experience with two ex-presidents of the curry club. Definitely worth a return visit.
Graeme - We played just 3 at the back for this fixture (for the first time in the history of the Club) - but with such experience in the side, it was a comfortable performance. I liked this place although my score probably won't reflect this fully. It was very smart (and the toilets were faultless). My meal was let down by my main course (Chicken Madras) which tasted like the chicken had been cooked separately to the sauce - maybe a result of having a curry in the quiet Xmas week.