Monday - Saturday
Lunch 12:00 - 14::30
Dinner 17:30 - 22:30
Monday - Saturday
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About Kricket Soho
Indian small plates and cocktails.
Kitchen counter & cocktail den - walk-in only (leave your number, come back). Please note, in order to be as fair as possible we cannot seat a party unless they are complete.
The dining room - tables of 4 or more by reservation or walk-in.
Great food through out - every single dish was tasty and was well looked aftered by the staff throughout- will be back
The food was amazing, really didn't know what to expect but was so very happy with what we got! And the staff we really friendly and helpful. We'll definitely be returning
I'm American so we have different values when it comes to hospitality and customer service. I moved here 3 months ago and have been to plenty of restaurants but none have been as excellent as Kricket. This was due to two main details: 1) Ollie was our server and he was AMAZING! He was informative, kind and thoughtful about his service. So attentive and on-top-of-it, I was hugely impressed and could not have better things to share. 2) Your food!!! My oh my, bursting with flavor, the textures, the flavors, the delivery and timing of it all was amazing. Definitely in my top two, if not my favorite restaurant in all of London. I absolutely can't wait to come back again. Thank you so much for proving what a true dining experience should be where service is impeccable, food is flavorful, fast, affordable, great music - all so we were able to spend time with one another's company. See you soon!
Absolutely delicious food, great service, brilliant cocktails - will definitely be returning. Thanks!
Brilliant for a big group - 14 of us happily fed & watered, delicious food, great service
Great food, particularly the hake. V friendly service.
A excellent meal.
Amazing food !
Absolutely delicious! Fabulous Indian in a relaxed hip vibe!
Good flavours , pricing about right , good ambiance . I believe it is superior to the other 'new' Indian food outlets .
Absolutely amazing food and the restaurant was lovely. The waitress was so attentive and made all the difference as she helped my mother in law find dishes without nuts in. The waiter wasn’t as good unfortunately as he almost gave her a dish with nuts in and then spilt a bottle of beer on my cardigan and one of our bags. It didn’t spoil our evening thankfully and I’ve been raving about the restaurant all day
This was probably the best Indian food I've ever had, and I loved every plate!
Seriously great on all counts. I’m seriously worried about telling too many people about this place in case I can’t get in soon! A+ excellent guys. So good!
i had a perfect evening thanks to the restaurant staff, and our AMEX concierge recommendation from mexico
Loved our visit - might have been an issue for some that the kitchen closed only half an hour after our table was booked for, but didn't really bother us this time as we arrived slightly earlier than planned and ordered sufficiently first time.
Great atmosphere, fantastic food
Great food and service!!
Great Birthday meal!
Fantastic team lunch. Incredible food. If you've not been to Kricket, you're missing out. Can't wait to try the new opening in Brixton!
Delish as always!
Great food and service.
Great concept of sharing small plates. Food didn’t taste authentic but neither did it taste like a variation of traditional Indian food - mostly tasted non-spicy and bland, as if it wasn’t even Indian food. Having been to other very good sharing places in london with Indian food at its core (Madame D, Gunpowder , etc) Kricket didn’t taste like good Indian food or something unique enough to warrant another visit. Some great ideas but dishes need to improve - there’s a massive amount of great Indian dishes out there that could be turned into incredible sharing plates with a unique twist, yet sadly Kricket falls short of the mark here. Case in point - Kashmiri lamb ribs did not taste at all like any Indian lamb dish I’ve ever tasted but nor did it taste like Indian food with a twist - it was a bland lamb rib. The fried chicken tasted like regular fried chicken. All of the chutneys and accondiments looked artificial rather than organic. Tasty fish was good and that’s what I expected of other dishes. Bhel puri was authentic but nothing that I couldnt get in other places at same quality and much lower price. Pakora was good but should have been whole pieces and not stringy which made it difficult to eat and appreciate the textures. Beautiful decor and ambiance and good enough service but the true test is the food and it wasn’t ultimately up to the test, particularly given the prices too. Here’s hoping it can become better over time.
Best Indian in London.