Critical acclaim

"Elachi Murgh, a chicken dish created by the chef to explore the powerful flavour of cardamom, is a must."
Fay Maschler, Evening Standard

"Beautifully crafted food. Elachi Murgh is such a superb curry, it's almost worth visiting for this alone."
Guy Diamond, Time Out

"Bengal Clipper is a leader in the new wave of Indian restaurants serving excellent Indian cuisine in a stylish, modern interior"
"Deliciously delightful in all aspects! ... all 3 of us were happily surprised at the consistent quality of each dish! The attentive service was not at all overbearing and I will certainly return on my next visit to London this May. Excellent Indian Cuisine!"

"...highly regarded by most food critics and even highly ranked by Michelin. ... One of the very best Indian Restaurants in the country"
Peter Grove, Real Curry Guide

"Xacuti Chicken was superb."
Lindsey Bareham, Sunday Express.
"Elegant in atmosphere- Excellent attentive service and knowledge of cuisine- Mouth-watering flavors of the country-Delightfully presented - a delicious pleasure indeed!"
Sanjay Michael,

"...a smart location set the scene for this (surprisingly) authentic and interesting South Bank Indian - a comfortable and spacious place, which is emerging as an ever more reliable destination."
Hardens Restaurant Guide

"Conran has a contender."
Paul Meikle, London Newspaper Group


Real Curry Guide:
Best in Britain Nomination 1999
Best in Britain Award 2000

AA Best Indian Restaurant Rosette
1996, 1997, 1998
Good Food Awards
Best Indian Restaurant 1996
London Docklands Azam Khan, Bengal Clipper
Executive Chef:
Indian Chef of the Year 1993

Chef 1997

Spinach Masterchef
(sponsored by Tesco) 1997
National Curry Southwark Curry Chef
of the year 1997

Recomended by Harden's London restaurants guide 2005

Recomended by Zagat survey London restaurants guide 2006

Bengal Clipper also features in the Michelin Guide.