Takari Indian Dining

22 Drury Lane Covent Garden , London, WC2B 5RH

2 reviews

Indian Covent Garden

Takari Indian Dining says

Takari restaurant in London’s Covent Garden is a cool, modern place to enjoy the best of traditional Indian cuisine. Takari’s location could not be bettered, in the very heart of the great London theatres, near museums, the Royal Opera House and the delights of Covent Garden. The décor is smart and chic, with walls the colour of curries and saffron, chocolate leather seating, wooden floor and sparkling white table linens. The classic menu includes curries, biryanis and tandoori dishes with an emphasis on freshness and authenticity. The drinks menu includes Indian beers and an extensive choice of wines and cocktails. The plasma screen telly shows sporting events or Bollywood shows to add to the atmosphere.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Holborn Tube Station 287m

Covent Garden Tube Station 299m


Address: 22 Drury Lane Covent Garden , London WC2B 5RH

Area: Covent Garden

Nearby Landmarks

New London Theatre 22m

The Hospital Art Gallery 106m


Telephone: 020 7836 1628


Cuisine: Indian


Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 10.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Jim M. 24 July 2014

my vist to London for a night out with the girls we came across this Indian restaurant it located moments from our hotel on Drury lane. The food was great tasting which also come with a great waiter service. will recommend.

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Allison C. 03 January 2014

A fantastic experience from start to finish. The food was second to none, especially the chilean sea bass. We have eaten on a Saturday night 3 times and each time the service and food has been faultless. We also had the buffett on Sunday afternoon and this was also fantastic, the description of buffett doesn't do it justice it is more like a tasting menu, try it you definately will not be dissapointed. We ate at L'estranger on the Friday night and there is no comparison the food at the Takari is so much better. The Takari is one of the best dining experiences you will have and we are already looking forward to our next visit.