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Do you melt a little when when you hear someone whisper tandoori or curry? If so, you’re an irredeemable lover of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine, and we are proud to recommend to you The Thames on Waterloo Road in London Lambeth. Expect a warm welcome from staff and a cosy atmosphere in which to enjoy a comprehensive South Asian menu. Ideally located close to Waterloo station and the entertainment options lined up in this part of London, The Thames is a great beginning or end to your evening.
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The staff were good. The food was lovely and reasonably priced.
Lovely food & great service. They had lovely food that you don’t see anywhere else, my curry was the best I have ever eaten & the lamb was so tender. If I had any complaint it would be about the closeness of the tables on one side of our table was a group of four men whose swearing was unbelievable & loud & on the other side the man hit me 3 ties when he kept moving.
Very tasty food, reasonably priced. A bit rushed , the waiter was trying to clear the whole table whilst I was still eating.
With The Thames Indian Restaurant just minutes from Waterloo station, BFI South Bank, the National Theatre and more of London’s cultural landmarks, you’ve found your pre- or post-entertainment dining spot in London. Book a table at this Waterloo Road restaurant and explore the world of South Asian spice. If you’re a real fan of chilli heat, make sure you try out The Thames’ wonderful naga chicken, prepared with fiery Bangladeshi habaneros.
The Thames, on Waterloo Road in London’s South Bank, prides itself on using only the freshest seasonal ingredients in order to make your experience of fine Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine unforgettable. Matched with a great drinks list and professional service, The Thames stands out from the crowd. As this place is only a short stroll from Waterloo Station, it is within easy reach from most parts of London. Whether or not you go for spicy vindaloo or the milder lasooni chicken, there’s something to please every palate at The Thames.