Find out more about the Indian restaurant located at the former Holborn Town Hall in central London.

Offering an Indian fine dining experience, the restaurant was opened Roop Partap Choudhary and is inspired by the travel tales of Roop’s father, an Indian Army officer Col. Manbeer Choudhary and his wife Mrs. Binny Choudhary across the Indian subcontinent.

Featuring old-style jazz music, vibrant artwork and a modern twist on the flavours and textures of India, Colonel Saab is a contemporary take on traditional flavours and culture of India.

Meanwhile, the A La Carte menu includes dishes such as Falahari Curry Kofta, Colonel Saab’s Butter Chicken and Nadan Meen Curry. Other signature dishes available include: Confit of Cauliflower, Smoked Lamb Shank and Dosas.

The restaurant also offers an Afternoon Tea menu, which includes as election of finger dhokla sandwiches with coriander and mint chutney, Veg. sandwich and Samosa.Freshly baked raisins scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, raspberry tart & chocolate silk cake are also on the menu, while a selection of tea cake ae available to try with a choice of tea/coffee from the selction available.

The drink menu includes a selection of signature cocktails including: Noora, Memsaab and Punchu, combined with a number of more traditional cocktails such as Rob Roy, Mai Tai and Sidecar. There are also a range of beers, ciders and spirits for you to choose from.

As well as the restaurant’s main space, Colonel Saab offers private dining rooms with decor depicting details of interesting stories of India from days gone by, such as Maharaja Bhupinder Singh and his 900 wives. These private dining spaces can accommodate up to up to 60 people standing or 30 for a seated dinner.

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