Tamara Lounge information

Tamara Lounge is a bustling venue that offers a comprehensive drinks list, Indian and Chinese meals and a shisha lounge.

Ranked #2316 of 5241 restaurants in London
"At Tamara Lounge there is something for everyone. You can unwind and relax in the Shisha and Dessert Lounge or the restaurant and bar with its warm and inviting atmosphere. Let your senses be awakened by the aroma of the incense, the rhythmic pulse of music and our enticing cuisines.

Diners can enjoy exquisite Indian and Chinese cuisines as well as some more unusual yet still traditional and authentic dishes.

Designed as a hybrid hub - Tamara Lounge reinvents itself seamlessly from a stylish and vibrant restaurant to a post 10pm late night bar with an in-house DJ and a late night licence till 2am on Friday and Saturday nights."

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:00

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Tamara Lounge reviews

By Bob L.

Shockingly Bad service! Don't waste your money and time guys I have been twice now to Tamara Lounge both times the service was terrible! The venue itself is nice but that's where it ends. The food, shisha and drinks are more expensive than central London prices. The staff are rude, full of attitude (especially the lady at the till) and have zero customer skills. They make you feel very unwelcome. The first time it was 3 of us two of us smoked my other mate who doesn't smoke was ordered by the staff to buy a shisha or he must leave even though the place was half empty. My mate had ordered many drinks and some food but that was still not enough for them. We were made to leave which made us feel unwelcome and ruined our night. The second time was last Saturday it was 2 of us we spend over 30 pounds and was asked rudely after an hour if we could leave as they want the seats for new customers. This place is a beyond a joke, run by a bunch of cowboys. I won't ever come back to this place nor will my friends so they have lost our future business. I don't blame the locals of Uxbridge for wanting this place shut down! They have my vote. If you are after a good friendly service, value for money and a relaxing night out this ain't the place!

By John D.

Avoid this restaurant! Very rude waiter and manager. The food was below average and could not enjoy it because of the rudeness of the whole Tamara Lounge staff. Felt very uncomfortable.

By Sonya S.

Im not sure what prits is talking about below but I am a regular there and the management and staff are very friendly and helpful. The food there is brilliant! Perfect amount of spices and the taste is brilliant. The music is very good there on a weekend also. I would definitely recommend to others.

By Pritesh P.

The most rubbish place ever. Don't ever go there. Unless you want poor customer service, rude waiter and manager. Even the shisha place was not friendly compared to others. We want with a group of 5, we all ordered food, I ordered a paneer dish, the waiter came back and said we dont have that one but have another paneer veg dish so I said fine but what I got was chicken! When I complained the manager said he will take off the service charge but not apologetic about what happened at all! Shockingly bad! Do not go there! It's even had it's alcohol licence suspended by the council which tells you something! Do not go there!

By Sim S.

I came to Tamara Lounge last night with my group of girls! We had a fantastic time! Security was really friendly and weren't letting any people who were looking shady which was really appreciated. The staff were really friendly and always served us with a smile. We had an amazing dinner. I highly recommend the chilli chicken and masala mogowe hadn't realized it turns into a club and were really surprised at the great range of music the dj was playing. I even spoke to the manager there too who kindly replaced my cocktail when it was spilt by accident on the house :)the cocktails are amazing there! Go for the mojitos and the cosmos girls! Would most certainly come again and again. Its local too!

By Rosie S.

Tamara Lounge is a good, understated restaurant in an unassuming location, five minutes' drive from Uxbridge underground station.

The Venue
Unfortunately this restaurant is not remotely inviting from the outside. There’s no sense of excitement or intrigue and it isn't the kind of place that would tempt passersby to step inside. It has clearly been converted from a dreary old pub, though it’s not apparent what it has been converted into, as the venue has no real identity... until you step inside. With its ultra-modern, slightly garish interior (with flat screen TVs, funky lighting and smart seating) it feels more like a central London cocktail bar. The interior could better reflect the cuisines on offer, and it might not be what you’re expecting, but it has certainly got some personality.

The Atmosphere
The restaurant is pretty lively, thanks in no small part to the R&B and pop videos playing on the TVs, but it's actually a relaxed dining atmosphere with comfy seating and soft furnishings as well as a rather glamorous bar area. There's also a shisha and dessert lounge located next door, so if you’re looking for even more chilled out surroundings and a session on the shisha, head there.

The Food
You might be put off by finding out that two types of cuisine are served: Indian and Chinese. The food is good though, and the prices are modest. The Indian food is far superior to that of your average curry house (not at all greasy), but it is on the spicier side so bear this in mind when ordering. The fried chilli chicken wings are deliciously crispy with quite a kick to them, and make for a tasty starter at £5.95. A peshwari naan is £2.95 and unlike most, these naans are light and the flavours subtle. The garlic chilli prawns (£13.95) are good too, served with garlic, peppers and onions and cooked beautifully. The Chinese dishes are priced similarly so you can have barbecue spare ribs to start for £5.95 (one of the pricier starters), egg fried rice for £3.95 and a main of chicken and cashew nuts for just £6.95. The dessert list is impressive too, with a huge array of ice creams (£1.85 a scoop) including mango and cream, tiramisu and amaretto and almonds. Other desserts include chocolate fudge cake, tangy lemon tart and banana split (all £3.95), but if that’s still not enough, waffles and crepes are available too.

The Drink
This venue is worth a visit for the cocktails alone – they're a real talking point, very tasty and beautifully presented. However, if you’re just after a bottle of wine to accompany your meal, the house red or white will cost you £14.95, or a decent bottle of prosecco comes in at £26.95.

The Last Word
Tamara Lounge may have a slightly confused identity but there's certainly substance. If you’re looking for somewhere vibrant and fun in Uxbridge, with some good food to boot, you could do a lot worse.

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