Badi Mirchi, meaning ‘big chilli’, brings the ultimate, authentic Indian fine dining experience to Hampshire.
The menu will take you on a culinary journey through the whole of India. Badi Mirchi offers a delectable choice of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes on its extensive a’la carte menu.
Whether it is the succulent meats, fresh seafood, the wide variety of vegetarian dishes or the delicate desserts, the excellence of authentic Indian cuisine at Badi Mirchi is unparalleled.
The restaurant boasts a large bar with an excellent selection of wines, beers, spirits and cocktails.
The Badi Mirchi building was a public house called ‘The Leigh Hotel’ built in the 1930’s in the Tudor style.
An identical sister pub was built in West End called ‘The New Inn’ but sadly no longer exists.
The Leigh Hotel was used as a local drinking and eating establishment for businesses, thirsty factory workers and locals alike until August 2011 when it was refurbished and transformed into Badi Mirchi, retaining as much of the original character of the building as possible.
The new smart and sophisticated interior is complemented by the truly scrumptious Indian cuisine.