Aug 10, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Tonight we will be enjoying a fabulous two course Indian meal at a very good price for a Saturday evening... all for just the special price of £14 (guests of members also pay only £14) which includes service charge and extra Naan and Rice, so no one will go hungry!
Meet from 6pm onwards for a pre-dinner drink in the restaurant with a view to commencing the meal soon after 7.30 pm.
If there are sufficient numbers we will have two sittings spaced approx 30 minutes apart. The first 30 people to arrive will constitute the first sitting.
Tonight we are joining up for this event with KEN'S EVENTS. If you are already a member of Ken's Events then you are advised to RSVP on the Ken's Events web page as by doing so you will be entitled to an extra 15% discount on your meal making the meal just £12. Additionally you will free up a space for a member of London City Dining!
RSVP here on Ken's Events to get extra 15% Discount (meal only) on this event. There is a small annual subscription to join Ken's Events (£11)
After the meal those who want to, can join us for another drink in All Bar One, 44/46 Ludgate Hill. EC4M 7DE, at around 9.30pm.
The Bengal Tiger is a wine bar and restaurant just a 5-minute walk from St. Pauls Underground station in the City. The Bengal Tiger is a superb stop after a busy day with a modern decor and a well-stocked bar. Set throughout two floors, the restaurant offers a wide selection of Indian dishes in a sleek spotlit setting, all of which have been prepared with the finest ingredients, which the restaurant has sourced from all over the world. Freshly cooked to order, from exotic starters, mouth watering main courses, side dishes and accompaniments, the Bengal Tiger aims to offer a truly authentic dining experience rather than just a simple meal. A cool architectural sculpture separates the bar from the dining room and the place is decorated throughout with tiger-themed art. If you’re looking for authentic Indian cuisine in a smart, relaxed setting, then look no further than the Bengal Tiger.
Aloo chat puree
Chicken Tikka Masala
All main dishes served with rice and naan.