Bringing exclusive Indian gastronomy to London, The India Restaurant serves 'vintage Indian cuisine' in an intimate underground setting. Filled with cosy leather armchairs, flickering candles and whitewashed ceilings, guests can enjoy refined Indian cuisine in one of the trio of cosy dining rooms. Paying close attention to detail, the chefs hand-pick, dry and ground spices in house, giving the dishes a unique, intense flavour. We close on bank holidays and sunday.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
21 College Hill
Cannon StreetLondonEC4R 2RP
- +44 (0)20 7248 5855
Top 5 reviews of The India
Friday evening (~8pm)
Was in London for a night and desperately wanted to get some Indian food. Found this place on OT and it was pretty solid. Great South Indian dish and friendly staff. I also liked the setting quite a bit- it is a bit hidden down an alley and the restaurant is downstairs from street level. Candle lit tables are a... more
This was a fancy Indian spot. It is underground and not too busy... I am not Indian but most of us thought it was just sort of middle of the road. We ordered a wide variety of things.. from naan, sag paneer, lamb, etc.. Nothing really blew us away.
It is a little overpriced for Indian. I am okay with going to somewhere a little more cliche like Dishoom. But compared to the States, it... more
My wife and I were out in central London on a Saturday night, looking for a good place to eat. Yelp reviews say this place is worth a go. They're right.
We came in around 8pm with no reservation and had no difficulty getting seated at a nice table. The hostess was friendly and very accommodating. The decor was very neat and attractive. I like the fact that it's down in the basement. It has a... more
It's ok but overpriced for an Indian in London near(ish) brick lane.
Came here with 5 mates, so it's a classic 6 drunk guys fancy a curry situation.
We popped in, it seems really nice inside, nice decor (which my old boss assures me is a sign of a bad curry) and plenty of people around.
The food was ok, it wasn't particularly exciting and the portions weren't particularly good. The beer... more
Firstly, what a great name for an Indian restaurant. In a busy city full of restaurants and bars there will be no confusion as to what kind of food you'll find in this little gem.
Located close to Cannon Street tube station, this isn't normally an area I'd head to for a meal with friends. However, we ventured this way, tempted by 50% off with a Tastecard and decent reviews both on Tastecards... more