Set in the 19th Century St Olave's Grammar School, luxury hotel LaLiT is home to the smart Baluchi restaurant. Combining old with new, the Indian-inspired eatery is a stunning spot for romantic dinner, formal occasion or private event.
Baluchi is set in the building's Great Hall, a stunning Victorian room with vaulted ceilings, huge windows, and Hyderabadi hand-crafted glass chandeliers. For a unique take, The Gallery overlooks the dining action from above, and is the perfect place for an Indian-inspired High Chai afternoon tea, with dishes such as chicken kathi rolls and Bombay bhel.
Cognac fans should head straight for the Headmaster's Room, a bar complete with cornicing, grand fireplaces, and soft furnishings, while the Teacher's Bar serves a mix of cocktails. For something a little more casual, The Naan'ery is a quirky naan bread bar that cooks up casual dishes and slick drinks, great for a relaxed date night.
- Fine Dining Restaurant , Cocktail Bar , Event Space
- Drinking and Eating , Birthday Party , Client Meeting
- Southwark, London Bridge
- Splash the Cash £££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Smart Casual, Dress to impress
- Background Music
Baluchi at The LaLiT London, Baluchi, 181, Tooley Street, SE12JR
London Bridge (Tube)
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Baluchi at the Great Hall
The LaLiT London houses one of London’s most gorgeous dining rooms as Pan Indian Destination, Baluchi at the Great Hall. Award winning Baluchi won in 2018, Best Dining Experience for Conde Nast and British Curry Awards as best Indian Restaurant in London City and suburbs. The food served at the restaurant constitutes a diverse selection of flavours from all over India. With traditional dishes from Kashmir, Bengal, Kerala, Goa and more, there is something to flatter everyone’s taste buds. Baluchi at The LaLiT London is a perfect amalgamation of two great cultures. While the food takes you on a culinary journey of authentic flavours from the Indian subcontinent, the lavish interiors including vaulted ceiling, rich blues and dark wood highlight the British element.
The restaurant features the iconic Naanery- The Bread Bar. It serves artisanal breads prepared in tandoor. The breads are paired with wine offering a unique combination and a new taste to your palate.
The LaLiT London’s Baluchi at the Great Hall is not limited to authentic Indian delicacies. Its gallery offers a unique take on afternoon tea. It is an ideal spot to have some traditional English tea snacks with an interesting Indian twist. For the pleasure of al fresco, there’s a 32-cover beautifully designed terrace.