Fushia Indian Restaurant

3 Brighton Road, South Croydon , London, CR2 6EA

1 reviews

36 Indian

SquareMeal Review of Fushia Indian Restaurant

Housed in what was South Croydon’s Swan Electric Cinema, Fushia must rank as one of the most grandiose and lavishly appointed Indian restaurants in the area. The cavernous interior is awash with exotic rugs, intricately decorated screens, dramatic peacock motifs, lanterns and swathes of black leather, while the comprehensive menu offers an exhaustive tour of the subcontinent before heading off to Sri Lanka, Malaysia and beyond. So, if you’re not taken by the prospect of tandoori lamb chops, chicken jalfrezi, karahi lamb or Goan fish curry, make a beeline for devilled mutton kothu roti, seafood laksa or mee goreng noodles. Fushia is also noted for its 200-seater banqueting hall – a vast, gold-tinted ballroom (complete with its own bar, sound system and performance stage) that is regularly booked up for wedding parties and other celebratory bashes.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

South Croydon Station 401m

Church Street Tram Stop 1km

Address

Address: 3 Brighton Road, South Croydon , London CR2 6EA

Opening times

Mon-Sun 5-11pm (Sun 12N- )

Nearby Landmarks

Ashcroft Theatre 1km

Vue Cinema Croydon Grant's 1km

Details

Telephone: 020 8680 8833

Website:

Cuisine: Indian

Private Dining: 18

8.0

Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 9.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Vincent L. 29 April 2012

I love Indian food and eating out once or twice a week is common for me. I didn't know about this little gem of a restaurant until about a week ago on twitter. So I decided to check it out with a friend. From the outside it doesn't look much but once inside its great. This young girl dressed in traditional Indian outfit greeted us quickly and took us to our seats. The menu was great with a lot of choices for dishes and drinks. The customer service was good our food came quickly, prices are good too. The only problem I had was one of the waiters ignored us completely when we wanted to order another drink, apart from that it was a good 7/10