I saw a sign advertising the £10 buffet lunch at the Mumbai Square Indian Restaurant when I was walking back from Tower Gateway station to the Tune Hotel Liverpool Street. The restaurant is very close to Petticoat Lane and less than a ten minute walk from both Aldgate and Liverpool Street stations.
On my last day in London I had lunch there. The first thing I noticed upon entering was a pianist. I’ve never had a live music accompanient in an Indian restaurant. I later spoke to the pianist, Tristran from Galway in Ireland, to compliment him on his playing.
The interior was spacious, but I thought that all the dark wood and chairs made it slightly gloomy.
The starters weren’t part of the buffet. They were cooked freshly and served at the table.
There was a good choice of main courses at the buffet including three chicken and three lamb dishes, My favourites were the Prawn Curry and Aubergine Bhaji. Nan bread was brought to the table.
The staff were all friendly and attentive. After I’d eaten and paid, I said I was going to take some photos of my restaurant for my review. The staff volunteered to be photographed.
I was happy with the quality of the food for the £10 paid and I’d recommend the buffet lunch at the Mumbai Square Indian restaurant if you’re in the area.
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