The Bengal Restaurant in London

The Bengal Restaurant was opened in 1997 when the owners, along with the Head Chef Abdul Malik, decided to start an outlet after consuming 25 years in the business of catering. Within a short span of time The Bengal Restaurant became a hit among Londoners because of to its enchanting Asian cuisines. It was because of the owners and Head Chef’s consistent efforts that, at present, The Bengal Restaurant has been able to retain a healthy list of loyal customers. Today the dishes of this venue are well-known for their magnificence, imagination and authentic taste so people from all parts of London come to try their cuisine. Now folks can also hire Head Chef Abdul Malik for catering of their private events or parties, since he has previously catered for different festivals in the past as well.

Contact: +44 20 7229 5567

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Instructions

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    Branches/Outlets


    The Bengal Restaurant has no other branch in British capital. Londoners can enjoy the specialities of this restaurant at their only outlet located on Porchester Road.  

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    Products & Services


    - Dine in option for Lunch and Dinner


    - Catering


    - Menu of Bengal Restaurant!


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    Operational Hours


    The Bengal Restaurant is open all 7 days of the week (Monday - Sunday). The bistro operates for lunch between 12 noon to 2:30 pm and for dinner 6 pm to 11:30 pm.

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    Location


    62 Porchester Road, London W2 6ET, United Kingdom.

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    How to Get to The Bengal Restaurant on Porchester Road


    By Tube:
    The Bengal Restaurant can be reached by Royal Oak tube station, which is the nearest London Underground station just 254 ft away. This distance between the two sites can be easily covered on foot. If you have an intention to visit The Bengal Restaurant by car then, head North West on the Porchester Road/B411 towards Westbourne Gardens, you will find venue on the right side. view map


    By Bus:
    If you are looking to get to The Bengal Restaurant by bus then, the Royal Oak bus stop RH is the nearest stop, just 145 ft away from the eating place. Bus number 36 will drop you at Royal Oak bus stop RH. Other bus numbers that also pass by The Bengal Restaurant are 18, 27, 7, 23 and 70. Specifically for night time travelling, aside from bus number 36, 23 and 27, travellers can also use these numbers N18 and N7.

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