East India Cafe
Anglo Indian Cuisine at the heart of Cheltenham.
Step through the doors of our charming restaurant, based in the historic Montpellier area of Cheltenham, and you will be will be transported to another time and place – India during the British Raj period between 1858 and 1947.
We take recipes and creations from that legendary era of culinary innovation and transform them with contemporary twists, combining the freshest produce from local suppliers and farmers in the Cotswolds with home-grown herbs, freshly-ground spices and ingredients from far-flung places to provide diners with a mouth-watering and authentic taste of Anglo-Indian cuisine.
Indulge in divine dishes from the seasonal A La Carte menu or take a culinary journey through the Indian subcontinent with our sumptuous seven-course tasting menu – a true gastronomic treat.
Join us and experience Anglo-Indian dining like never before.
Local produce, seasonality and sustainability are the heartbeat of our seasonal menus. Research and innovation is the key behind all our dishes, which changes at least four times a year in line with the season. Of course our guests favourite and our signature dishes stays on through out the year so whether you want your favourite or fancy trying something new; we will make sure you are spoilt for choices.
Dive into mouthwatering dishes from A la Carte or take a journey of flavour with our tasting menu. We love vegetarian dishes therefore a vegetarian tasting menu is also available throughout the year. Start of with our unique gin & tonic, choose from carefully selected wine list or let us take care of your drinks by ordering either vegetarian or non vegetarian tasting menu with drinks.
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