Petro LotzThis is not a cheap round, especially if you’re ordering wine, but it’s a great experience. Best visited at night when the dark, atmospheric interior comes into its own. For the lover of curry, this is Mecca. There are lots of vegetarian options and very knowledgeable waitrons guide the uninitiated through the fiery path. Luckily, you get a bib to tie around your neck to keep stains off your clothes. The naan bread is an absolute must and the chicken lababdar is irresistible. There is a dish for every palate, from fiery hot to spicy to aromatic. (July 2013)
My wife and I went to the newly opened branch at the V & A Waterfront on Friday 02 July 2013. We were most disappointed. The welcome was slow and confused, the music system was being tested and the service was slow. The biggest disappointment was the chicken breyani, it did not have the oven baked pastry cap and the meat was not de-boned. My wife loves curry and we hope that things will be better when we go again.
Drinks orders came out all wrong. One order of food came out 49 minutes late. The mango sorbet had a cigarette butt in it. We will never recommend this restaurant to any one or ever go there again.
I love Bukhara's food but the manager by the name of Billy spoilt this restaurant for me, he has no etiquette or way of speaking to a patron - I'm truly disappointed. They should get more competent people to run this amazing restaurant.
Good ambience, good food, overpriced! And then they are cheeky enough to send a "please call me" to confirm our booking of 11 pax.
Disgusting managers that run this restaurant, they refused to listen to our request for a finger bowl or wet wipe and told us to eat at a cheaper restaurant that offers wet wipes. What type of Indian restaurant is this that does not encourage traditional eating with the hands?