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Food at St. Martin in the Fields

czman Jan 30, 2013 08:05 AM

Hi all. We are just 11 days from departure to London! I've got almost all of our meals planned. However, we are now considering seeing a jazz band at St. Martin in the Fields on 2/12. For an additional 10P, we have the option of a curry dinner there.

I can't find any reviews here about their food. Would this be something to consider, or should we just plan to eat elsewhere afterwards?

Thanks in advance.

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    Patra19 RE: czman Jan 30, 2013 10:09 AM

    St. Martin in the Fields WC2N : Duke Street Big Band
    Feb 12th : -

    "For £10 enjoy a beer or glass of house wine and buffet including:

    Bengal mutton curry
    Bengal Lentil Vegetable Curry*
    Cucumber, tomato and red onion salad
    Turmeric and roasted garlic raita
    Mango chutney
    Steamed chapati
    Egg fried basmati rice
    *vegetarian option"

    Given the food is served at the same place as the music this a sit-in deal hard to challenge,
    if the St Martins deal offers all the items listed for the price or if the portions are substantial.

    To compete with India-style meals to eat-in nearby, in the evening, most are vegeterian only :

    W1D 4SQ

    Theatre Menu
    WC2B 5JS
    W1T 1DU

    W1U 2PS

    W1D 3DL

    Roti Chai Street Kitchen W1H 6HS

    Kind Regards,


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    1. re: Patra19
      czman RE: Patra19 Jan 30, 2013 10:19 AM

      Thanks Patra19! I've eaten at Woodlands my last trip to London and enjoyed it. I have Roti Chai on my list if time.

    2. zuriga1 RE: czman Jan 30, 2013 11:39 AM

      I've had a snack in the Crypt at St. Martin's but never a full meal. I don't think you can go too wrong, especially if the weather is terrible and you don't want to schlep around. It obviously won't be high-end Indian food but its a bargain for that price.

      Enjoy - St. Martin's is a really wonderful place and also has free concerts a few times a week at 1 in the church itself.

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        czman RE: zuriga1 Jan 31, 2013 06:58 AM

        Thank you Zuriga1. I think we've decided to eat elsewhere but attend the concert. I'm not really a churchgoer, but I like the philosophy of this church.

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          zuriga1 RE: czman Jan 31, 2013 12:13 PM

          Wise chose re the eating. There are so many good choices in that neck of the woods. In fact, we'll be near there for a play in a few weeks and I've been thinking a bit, too.

          I've never been a churchgoer because of my religion but I love sitting in St. Martin's.

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