The charmingly eccentric India Club Restaurant has remained much the same since its opening in 1946. India Club is one of London’s best kept secrets. Authentic ‘home cooked’ South Indian cuisine at extraordinary value makes India Club an unforgettable dining experience. Specialities include Masala Dosa, Bhuna Lamb, Mughlay Chicken and Brinjal.
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143 Strand, London, WC2R 1JA
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+44 (0)20 7836 0650
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143 StrandLondonWC2R 1JA
- +44 (0)20 7836 0650
- Public transport:
- Temple Underground Station – 2 minute walk. Exit the station, Arundel Street is in front of you, walk down and then turn left onto the Strand.
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Really mediocre food - bland and all tasted the same. The naan was stale and tasted like it came from a package bought at Lidl. Bring your own alcohol but don't expect them to be overly helpful when you need a glass or a bottle opener. It took at least an hour for our group to be served, and yes, we were a large group, but we were offered only one choice - the set menu - so how hard can...more
Well, what can I say?
The faded grandeur of this tired hotel and restaurant made me think this would be a real Yelp treasure when I arrived for a quick lunch.
Instead, I left disappointed. Why?
Prices are reasonable, but there are better values in Central London (i.e. set-price menu) for lunch. My chicken curry was a small portion and, surprisingly, had more than a few pieces of bone. Plain...more
Nothing special about this place. It's hard to find and not as nice as the Sitar restaurant, which is also Indian, right next to it.
Cash only. If you try paying with card, they will tell you, "CASH ONLY!" with an implied "rawr" somewhere in there.
Taste-wise, the food was about the same as the other Indian restaurants around town.
As everyone has mentioned, this place is old, and it...more
We went here before catching a show at the Adelphi theater. It is a great little place tucked up on the 2nd floor of an old hotel. Apparently it has been there since 1946. The service was nice and the wait staff take their time so you can enjoy yourself. Don't come if you're going to be rushed for time, it will ruin the experience.
The food was great and if you aren't familiar with the menu,...more
The colonial vibe, cheap beer and friendly staff are all fantastic here, and if you're happy to put up with duff food for the sake of a fun night out then go for it, but I won't be returning. The food was just too mediocre - the lamb madras was the only dish of about seven that I sampled which stood out.
I would recommend skipping the food altogether and getting an ice-cold kingfisher in the...more