Indian dining doesn’t get much finer than at Kuti’s Brasserie in Southampton. Here you have an elegant Ocean Village dining space, the highest level of service, a well-stocked bar and, most importantly, a Michelin starred chef. Alfred Prasad truly works his magic here on Oxford Street to give classics of the Indian kitchen a contemporary and frankly remarkable twist. Flavours are alive, aromas are strong and textures are beautiful. Kuti’s Brasserie is ideal for fine dining but also for private events, meetings, or conferences. So, don’t delay – try the best Indian in Southampton and prepare to be stunned.
Went with my wife and daughter ona Thursday evening. The food and theservice was excellent, very nice decor in the resaraunt. Would recommend and will definately return
Had business meal on a Tuesday evening (table of 4), although the restaurant was fairly quiet, there were enough customers for the restaurant to feel alive, the menu had the usual offerings with some specials and more unusual dishes, the meals we all had were very tasty and the meat tender. A magician also entertained us at the table which was a nice touch (pleased to get my wedding ring back) this is certainly a restaurant I will be returning to in the near future.
We were a party of 16 and looked after really well by all the staff. The food was great and service was very good. We will definitely be back.
A warm and friendly welcome as always and the food was absolutely fantastic. Kutis have an extensive menu with all the favourites and much much more.
I have visited Kutis in Oxford Street many times over the years and this seemed an ideal location for a birthday meal on this occasion. The service is always excellent and the menu choice and food quality are extremely good. Presentation is very well done. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who likes to enjoy excellent indian food in an attractive environment. Steve B
Food was good. What brought the score down was the lack of our change being brought back which was in excess of £15 obviously hoping we would just leave without it. We eventually asked for it after 15 minutes of waiting and it then arrived within a minute. Very poor Khutis. Bring the change and if we leave it all well and good but do not make that decision for us. By doing this you lost out on any tip whatsoever. Will not be back because of this
Bit disappointed that despite booking a table for 8pm we still had to wait around 40 minutes to be given a table, the staff could be a bit more friendly, thought them a bit curt, on the plus side, the food was excellent. Would I go there again, probably not
Had a lovely Sunday lunchtime meal from the alacarte menu, been here several times and nothing is to much trouble for the staff. A great place will definitely be returning.
Restaurant Staff were very welcoming, friendly and accommodating. The food was delicious. The acknowledgement of my husbands birthday with two bottles of wine thrown in was a delight. Thank you