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With a rich purple colour scheme, ornate beaten-metal door & glowing resin bar, ‘funky’ Indali Lounge has the look of a beautifully appointed pleasure palace – but the pleasure comes without
over-indulgence. The Indali way is also the Ayurvedic way, so the kitchen shuns cream & ghee in favour of yoghurt & sunflower oil, so you can chomp your way through a familiar curry-house
feast without coming away completely stuffed. Vivid spicing shines out in house specialities such as coconut soft-shell crab, Goan fish curry & butter-free ‘butter chicken’, as well as a
low-fat lamb biryani. Wholegrain breads are brushed with olive oil & the rice is apparently low GI, but any puritanism ends there – the bar is amply stocked with glamorous cocktails & other
Beyond swanky. This is evident from the moment you see the exterior. It stands on what is a rather bland Baker Street and Indali Lounge definately stands out from the crowd.
Using purple and blue hues on the inside and out the design of this restaurant is amazing. As you walk through the entrance you are greeted by a waiter who will direct you to either the stylish bar, or the cosy eating area. Both sections are designed well producing the perfect combination of comfort and class.
Despite this minimalist, chic styling, the restaurant doesn’t lose its Indian upbringing; single but striking ornaments save it from becoming a bland characterless space... More from Her Favourite Food »