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.
Venue Details & Map
143 StrandLondonWC2R 1JA
- +44 20 7836 4880
- 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.
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
Top 5 reviews of India Club
I found this restaurant only from the reviews on yelp. i probably never would of picked it from the outside of the restaurant, but the food is fantastic! the restaurant is the OLDEST indian restaurant in London! You have to follow the signs to get up to the place, but the hike is defiantly worth it! the prices are very reasonable and the waiters are very friendly! when we went it was only our... 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
This is a 2nd floor hole in the wall. Not much on decor and the service was slow. A perfect place to really relax with friends and very tasty food in the big city. I guess if you want bells and whistles, this wouldn't be for you. Down to Earth and easy. more
Open since 1946, the place has not changed. Simple, hole in the wall, if you walked passed it you missed it. The best prawn curry, butter chicken and naan I have ever had!
We had a long day of walking around London, this place was a welcome choice to have for our second meal in this awesome city. The curry had the right amount of heat, followed that withe tastiest basmati rice I could eat... more
It's been 8 months since I visited, but I still dream about the food. I was staying at the hostel above the restaurant, and I ate there almost every day of my week-long stay.
The service can be eccentric, but it's completely made up for by the food. And anyway, it's somewhat endearing.
I still use their food as my mental standard for what good South Asian food should be. Perhaps I'm simply... more