911 London Road
On that time London's renown chef MR SALAUDDIN and Wycombe restaurateur MR KAZI decide to start MR INDIA with a very basic idea which is good food and great customer service , regular cooking with fresh ingredients mixed it up by own spices.
Although others have since come and gone Mr India has continued to be one of the finest eateries for Indian cuisine. In 2003 the restaurant underwent a total and intricate, fully air conditioned refurbishment offering not only a completely new design and new menu but also seating for 120 guests.
Consequently we are ideally set up to cater for private parties, birthdays, wedding receptions and other functions. The new contemporary design is a fascinating blend of old and new with traditional and new art sourced from the subcontinent.
The food was excellent and service attractive.
Mohammed Fahim - 24/11/2016 | report this review
I have been a regular here since the restaurant first opened in 1999. On our first ever visit, we had just got back from holiday in Goa - the food at Mr India was comparable, authentically delicious and above all provided a great variety of dishes you don't find elsewhere. We have always found the service to be excellent and the food fantastic. I have recommended the restaurant to many friends and acquaintances over the years and have never been embarrassed or had cause to regret doing so. The business is run by a great family man and the staff are super child friendly too â€“ all in all a good all rounder for a family meal, a romantic night our or a celebration party.
Howard Williams - 25/01/2010 | report this review
Went to Mr India last night for a very special occassion with my family - my sister had just qualified as a Doctor, so we were looking for a nice place to go! Decided to go to Mr India, as had never been there before. Well what an experience, and by that I DO NOT mean good! We were'nt even showed to our table - we were pointed to it! The waiter spilt water all over me, and i ended up with wet jeans, a wet top, and to make it worse wet hair with a lime in it!!! Ok I understand accidents happen, but what was worse was that there was no acknowledgement that it had happened, I was not shown to another seat, my chair was not changed and I had to request a new plate and napkin! The food was awful - i have been to a lot of indian restaurants, but this has to be the worst. We started with the Veg Platter - all I can say is it was full of oil! Throughout the night the waiters looked moody and dull and had no concept of why people choose to dine out!!The food was extremely overpriced! In comparison to other indian restaurants in wycombe this was definately not value for money!!My only advice to anyone considering going to this restaurant is dont bother! one word to describe it -AWFUL!
A User - 11/04/2009 | report this review
Ah the name says it all, doesn't it? Well, the name and service may be circa 1970 but the decor is pure 1990s. The food is elegantly presented, full of spice and flavour, and brought with a smile and flourish from the eager waiters. Busy on most nights of the week, because really there is not much to criticise. The lamp chop starter for my partner was huge, and most dishes were generously portioned. Recommended.
A User - 04/04/2009 | report this review
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