Bengal Reef

Bengal Reef

Indian and South Asian

0.5 miles
1st Floor, Kings Walk (Atlantis Village), King Street, Reading, RG1 2HG
Reading's award-winning Bengal Reef restaurant is one of the region's foremost purveyors of fine Indian cuisine. Bengal Reef's chef prepares a mouth-watering menu of authentic Indian dishes.

Guests can choose from starters including well-known classics like spicy lamb samosas or onion bhajis, or push the boat out with the more unusual soft-shelled crab. Main courses range from tandoori sizzlers and time-honoured staples such as tikka masala, korma, Madras and jalfrezi, to the Bengal Reef specialities of monkfish jamnagar, rasila venison and palitana duck. There are plenty of vegetarian options to choose from, and, with a wide selection of rice and breads, guests are sure to feel spoilt for choice. A selection of delicious desserts is also available, including the luxury Swiss Movenpick ice cream that is always a firm favourite. Set menus can be arranged for larger parties, making Bengal Reef an excellent choice for any occasion.

Located in Kings Walk (Atlantis Village), close to the Oracle Shopping Centre in central Reading, Bengal Reef is perfectly placed for a meal out after shopping, a birthday celebration, or a business function. The interior is spacious and comfortable with a contemporary finish, and a team of friendly and welcoming staff work hard to ensure that all who enter leave with fond memories
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