Inspired by the army mess bars of India, where military regiments go to eat, drink and socialise, Brigadiers accommodates 140 covers internally with a further 34 on an outdoor terrace. Encouraging socialising and camaraderie, live sport is shown on demand in selected rooms, whilst pool and classic card games is offered for those who wish to play while they eat and drink.
The food offering focuses on different methods of Indian barbecue, utilising tandoors, charcoal grills, rotisseries, wood ovens and classic Indian smokers. The drinks offering marries together the food and social spirit of the restaurant with beer, whisky, cocktails on tap and large serves.
Designed by Brady Williams Studio, Brigadiers references Indian art deco design, conveying the opulence and familiarity reflective of quintessential Indian Club Culture. Brigadiers features a collection of rooms, each with it’s own identity, experience and atmosphere – all perfect for relaxed, informal and playful socialising.
This venue has three private dining rooms.
The Bidi Room
Translated from Hindi as the Tobacco Room, this space can accommodate up to 16 guests for intimate private dining. Tucked away from the high-spirited atmosphere in the bar this space has been designed to create a suitable ambience for your guests.
The Kukri Room
Named after the famous knife used by the Gurkha regiments, The Kukri Room accommodates up to 10 guests. The table can be transformed into a games table, creating an after dining activity. You can even hire your own private croupier to host the night.
The Pot Luck Room
This relaxed space has one large sharing table for a larger private dining experience. With stone tiled floors and ceiling fans this room is designed to transport you back in time. The room also features a “help yourself drink station”.