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We are proud to announce that the National Trust held an exhibition on the rich social history of 143 Strand. "A home-away-from-home" from 30th January - 1st March 2019 at India Club, 143 Strand, London WC2R 1JA.

Based around a newly-formed archive of oral history interviews, this exhibition provided visitors with the opportunity to engage with the lives and stories of those who considered the Club a ‘home-away-from-home’ from the late 1950s to the present day. The oral histories gathered for the exhibition are now permanently housed at the British Library.

The India Club is also featuring in the National Trust's Heritage Open Days 2019,  with the theme of People Power. 


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The charmingly eccentric India Club Restaurant has remained much the same since its opening over 50 years ago. 

Hidden up a flight of stairs, India Club is part of London's history. It was originally set up by the India League, as a symbol of post-independence friendship and understanding between India and the UK. In the post-independence era it quickly became a platform for India League activities and a meeting place for various Indo-British groups.

Today, enter a timewarp with portraits of the Independence era on the walls, bottle-green leather chairs, red lino flooring and wooden laminate tabletops. It is a British curry house of the first generation. Authentic ‘home cooked’ South Indian cuisine at extraordinary value makes India Club an unforgettable dining experience.