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La Porte des Indes

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La Porte des Indes

Established in 1996, La Porte des Indes, literally translated, means Gateway to India.

Housed in a former Edwardian ballroom, the restaurant is a versatile space spanning two floors adorned with antique Indian artifacts and boasting a stunning, white marble staircase, a 40 ft Moghul waterfall, the Jungle Bar, and private rooms. Exotic plants and flowers fill the light and airy interior with their alluring scent and provide a visually stunning display.

From an authentic Indian Biryani to a French influenced Rougaine D’Aubergine, there’s something for everyone at La Porte des Indes.
A 12.5% discretionary service charge will be added to your bill.

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    • Sasha Sender

      I love the food here – would rate it 4.5/5 overall as slightly anglocised but good enough for a vegetarian Indian to keep coming back!
      The Mango and Coconut Naan is stunning! So is the Lotus Root Fry. Must haves.
      The Bombay Chaat starter is also very good.