Kricket Television Centre
Kricket TVC is our largest restaurant to date and features an open kitchen, booth and banquet seating along with a garden terrace with views of the studios.
Interesting food with an Indian slant. Pleasant service. Would return.
The restaurant was absolutely lovely and the food was amazing. What really stood out was the attentive service!
Great service and delicious food - this was our first time at Kricket, and we'll definitely be back.
Fantastic food, great ambiance.
Nice, well spiced food. Big portions (bigger than expected). Nice balance of spices and flavours. Table very close together (I now know life story of guy on table next to me and he really needs to reign in his credit card habit!). Good wait staff.
Really good food, really really good service. Will definitely come back.
Friendly helpful service and delicious and interesting menu. Particularly liked the duck breast on a layer of duck curry. Sat in booth to back of the restaurant looking directly onto the lobby of the building making it feel a little like eating in a airport or hotel lounge. A blind or partial screen would be good.
Will definitely return and try further dishes.
Really enjoyed Kricket. Lady visit was to the Soho branch, a while ago so definitely an advantage to be able to book.
Slightly put off that having booked, we were immediately offered bar stools when whole purpose of booking is to get a table, but all good when we did get a table.
Had the samphire pakoras, keralan chicken and monkfish tail with roomali roti. Was very good. Masala chai good too and too stuffed for desert.
Love the food and overall vibe but a shame the table are so small that there’s not enough room to fit the food you’ve ordered!
A fantastic find with great food, service and staff. The food looks so vibrant and tastes so good. Anything and everything on the menu is tasty. Special thanks to Celeste who is a great asset to Kricket.
Lovely pre show meal. Great cocktails and excellent food.
The food was outstanding, as we had heard from others, however, the service was very aggressive. We did not feel welcome at all, quite the opposite- and consistently from all staff. It was a shame as we went for Father's Day.
Delicious food, generous portions and lovely decor, would come again. Only negative was that the tarka daal was a tad over seasoned.
Delicious and interesting food with friendly efficient service. Look forward to returning soon. A great experience.
Amazing food. We would highly recommend the Sunday roast menu.
Very good quality food, specially for the price. Modern and inspirational Indian cuisine.
Too good and wonderful service!!
The food was cooked to perfection!!
Sharing foods made the friends experience that bit more intimate. Left everyone feeling happy knowing that has tried most of the dishes. 5 stars all around.
Loved the food. Great spicing, to the very different dishes. The breads were great too. The place looks really good, industrial with some more organic touches. The decorative effect on the walls as you come in is one of the best I've seen. The staff are excellent, friendly not formal , with a good knowledge of the food and wine
Great take on modern Indian fusion, nice wines. Fun space at BBC complex.
Put a blind up against the window to the biglobby it’s like being in an office
Food was nice and liked the concept. Was a tad rich for my liking. Television centre lacked a bit of buzz but the restaurant itself had a decent buzz.
Having booked a table for two over 2 weeks in advance I was very disappointed to to be seated at the bar. This completely changed the ambiance and experience for me and would put me off returning. The food may well draw me back though.