I ate at the India Club regularly in the 1980s when I worked nearby and I have gone back whenever I could. I love the food and the atmosphere - an oasis. You introduced me to marsala dosai - the best food ever! I'm not nostalgic for the sake of it but the India Club is a gem to be savoured and protected.
I ate at the India Club regulary when I worked nearby in the 1980s. I loved the food and the atmosphere and go back whenever I can. You introcued me to marsala dosai - the best food ever. I'm not nostalgic for the sake of it but The India Club is a gem to be savured and protected.
Katha and I met and married in India and enjoyed visiting India Club as a bit of nostalgia during a weekend trip to London. The fact that on the video there’s a Greggs below (nothing against Greggs mind you) exemplifies why we support this campaign to save something with unique character and significance in the centre of our capital city.
Good luck to you all. I had the pleasure to visit you once and that was just before the first lockdown. A friend brought me and I was bowled over by the ‘time standing still’ element, and was so delighted that you existed in such a central part of London. I was looking forward to recommending your haven to friends and family. I do hope you are successful in your battle. Xxxx