Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Imli Street has completely revolutionised its interior and menu, which has been developed by Tamarind Collection’s multi-award winning Director of Cuisine, Alfred Prasad.
The all-day menu features a range of small dishes inspired by four distinctive elements across the diverse regions of India to give guests a real street food inspired dining experience.
The 130-seat urban street style venue opens 7 days a week.
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Venue Details & Map
167-169 Wardour Street
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road Station - Central line, Northern line Oxford Circus Station - Central line, Victoria line, Bakerloo line
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Breakfast included
- Event catering
- Halal options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Children Facilities
- Children welcome
- High chairs available
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- General Facilities
- Wi-Fi access
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
I keep passing by this place everyday but never tried it until today. Went there for lunch regardless of the reviews and the three star this place got. I loved it so much i might come back here for dinner tonight. The plates were small yet very satisfying and perfectly spiced. the service was great.more
Imli provides a decent brunch with very attentive service. We came here after realizing The Breakfast Club's line stretched down multiple blocks... darn you, TripAdvisor! My friend enjoyed his English breakfast (Cumberland sausage, two streaky bacon, two fried eggs, spiced beans, fritter and toasted brioche) and I liked the Akuri (Parsi scrambled egg with toasted brioche and chutney). The...more
I want to give IMLI 4 stars for the food and 0 for the service which was lackluster and completely indifferent.
We reached around 9.45 pm on Thursday for a late dinner (they are open till 11 pm on weeknights) and besides a few people at the bar, only one other table was occupied for dinner. We were greeted by the host who indicated that a waitress would seat us - when the lady in...more
I was asked by some friends to meet them here for brunch after they were unable to get a seat at Breakfast Club around the corner. I'll be honest and say I had no idea it was an ethnic restaurant. The brunch menu gave little clue, the staff all appeared to be European and the decor felt exactly like a Bill's.
Three of us ordered the Eggs Benedict, and one ordered the full breakfast. Two Eggs...more
Our weekend in London wouldn't have been complete without brunch! Now, when I am on my own, I head out to brunch/breakfast a bit early as I know that places get quite busy. However, we didn't get going very early, so I was a bit worried about waiting times.
We struck out... TWICE!!!! By the time we reached the second place, it was noon, so I was ready for lunch. We walked down Wardour...more