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Legend has it that they drove her out of her home in China.

She wasn't ready to give up and made her way through Tibet, Nepal before reaching India using the only currency she knew, opium.

She sold her last batch to the smuggler she met in Tangra, Calcutta so he would smuggle her to London.

Madame D is our interpretation of the food prepared by Chinese-Tibetan immigrants in India

Opening Times

Kitchen: Tuesday to Saturday
12.00pm – 2.45pm & 6pm – Late
Monday 6pm – Late

Bar: Monday to Sunday 4pm – Late

Reservations

Seats in the dining den can be booked for the first sitting, at 6pm Tuesday to Saturday.

The seats at the bar on the ground floor are operated on a walk-in basis.

You are very welcome to come by and put your name on our wait list.

For groups of 6 or more and private event hire please email us at hello@madame-d.com

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