Nothing has quite shaped the UK and its tastes like its relationship with India. Royals would frequently flock to the Indian states in awe of its fabrics and food. Here on the banks of the Thames, you can feel like a Maharaja as soon as you step into this repurposed Victorian schoolhouse.
Tithi Devo Bhava, meaning quite literally that ‘Guests are God’, is the basis of Indian Hospitality, combined with the traditional British schoolboy humour, you have what is a true representation of British Eccentricism. Indian Embroidered fabrics adorn the walls, while features stay true to its grammar school heritage such as in the Headmaster's room, including the original fireplace, decorative ceiling, and woodwork, all the while serving modernistic Indian themed drinks, with bursts of colour.
Set on the banks of London Bridge on one of the oldest streets in London, The Lalit is prime London Location, historically where the boats of goods, treasures, fabrics and teas would come into the city to be traded it has a rich cultural history. From rich art and culture to fine food and good times over wine, everything is on your doorstep.
The gem of this property is the grand restaurant Set in the historic Grade II listed former St. Olave’s Grammar School’s Assembly Hall; Balu
181 Tooley Street
London - United Kingdom
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