Bengal Brasserie

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Bengal Brasserie

Bengal Brasserie

has moved to a modern airconditioned premises. The restaurant is fully licensed and specialises in modern Bengali Cuisine.

It is advisable to book if dining Thursday through to Sunday

Opening Hours 11am - 2pm Monday Saturday

5.30pm to 11pm every day.

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455 Ormeau Road
County Antrim
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Love it. It's expensive but the quality of food is great - they will make it exactly how you like it and therefore it is all cooked from fresh. The monkfish curry is brill.

Submitted by Pirlo on 23rd July 2010

Very over familiar staff which i found off-putting and who also proceeded to clear plates even though some of our party had not finished eating- the restaurant wasnt even busy. They also ask you if you want some poppadums as you browse the menu and u get the impression these are free (as in most other indian restaurants). We noted that a �£5 charge was added to our bill for these which was a complete rip off. For that reason alone we would not go back. Food was okay but v pricey. A bottle of beer is �£5.50 and the glasses of wine are tiny. They also added another round of drinks to our bill by "mistake" and it took us asking twice to get this removed. Poor service and sneaky charging the name of the game here.

Submitted by hihosilver on 3rd April 2010

Very disappointing. I just don't get the popularity of this place-sorry -because service is wonderful but the sugar addled curry is awful and too pricey. Try nupur on cregagh for superior food albeit in humble surrounds.

Submitted by Diaspora on 30th October 2009

I have eaten regularly at the Bengal Brasserie because it has a perfect blend, at least for me of

1 amazing food

2 excellent service and friendly staff

3 great value for money

4 wonderful wine

all in all a great night out.

Submitted by Mysteryfoodieshopper on 21st May 2009

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