AN INVENTIVE APPROACH TO INDIAN CUISINE IN COVENT GARDENLocated at the former Holborn Town Hall in the heart of central London, Colonel Saab is a modern Indian restaurant from Roop Partap Choudhary, offering a smart all-day dining experience. The restaurant is inspired by the travel tales of an Army officer with his wife across India.
With old-style Jazz music, museum worthy artworks and a modern twist on the flavours and textures of India, Colonel Saab is a contemporary viewpoint with an old soul, and a nostalgic palate of memories, aromas and flavours.
Lunch in Holborn
OUR MENUS COMBINE THE TRADITIONAL WITH THE PROGRESSIVE, OFFERING A NOSTALGIC PALATE OF MEMORIES, AROMAS, FLAVOURS AND FUNColonel Saab is situated in the heart of central London in the former Holborn Town Hall, a heritage and listed building constructed in 1906, just steps away from Holborn underground station. It is nestled between bustling Soho and the busy business and theatre districts of Covent Garden.
Bar & Cocktails Holborn
INGENIOUS MIXOLOGY IN HOLBORNA Masala Dabba or spice box of cocktails based on Indian botanicals in collaboration with the mixology team at Diageo along with ingenious cocktails by mixologist Antony Bertin, are definitely firsts for London.
Private Dining & Events Covent Garden
EVENTS FROM 10 - 130 PEOPLEWhether you’re celebrating something special with friends and family or you’d like to hold an important business meeting, we welcome groups of up to 40 people to enjoy the privacy of one of our stunning two private dining rooms. Exclusive hire is also available for larger parties up to 130 guests, email our team firstname.lastname@example.org
Our team of chefs would like to welcome you to eat in one of our four dining areas; the ground floor restaurant, the main arena, the mezzanine and our two private dining rooms.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT & BAR IN HOLBORNColonel Saab is an elegant restaurant bar and private dining space in Holborn, central London, from Roop Partap Choudhary that offers a unique quality dining experience with fine Indian flavours. Located in the former Holborn Town Hall, the restaurant is housed in the old public library. The original building was constructed in 1894 in the French Renaissance style, complete with arched entrances flanked by Corinthian style pillars and oriel windows on the first floor, and is now a listed heritage building.