Relish an authentic experience of British Colonial & Bengali Zamindari cuisine from a bygone era. A 64-seater all-day diner, The East India Room lays out a stylized interpretation of the Colonial Companion dining experience – a re-creation of the style that developed when British wives interacted with their Indian cooks – in a culinary nod to the British Raj in India. The recipes are made more palatable by drawing on migrant cuisine influences as varied as those of the Jewish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, and the Anglo-Indians. Savour innumerable innovative, signature dishes and long-forgotten traditional delicacies throughout the day, surrounded by the restaurant’s period décor of vintage lamps, chequered marble flooring, bubbling fountains, wooden furniture and antique hand-pulled pakhas (fans) that hang from the ceiling.
At our 2,000 square foot, 40-seater colonial-concept café, our 21st century guests can enjoy an authentic Victorian High Tea with true, aristocratic English fare like scones, muffins, tea cakes, tarts and freshly baked artisanal breads.