First Year Anniversary Celebrations
First Year Anniversary Celebrations with New Tasting Menus at Colonel
Award- winning, luxury Indian restaurant, Colonel Saab will celebrate its first anniversary this October with a twist on an Indian birthday charity tradition, the launch of an exciting new tasting menu, events and special treats for customers.
The unique dining concept was launched in the heart of London by Roop Partap Choudhary, who meticulously crafted the menu and art-festooned destination as a "love letter” to his family and India. And despite being launched in a period which has been blighted by the pandemic, Brexit and cost of living crisis, it has not only survived, but thrived to be named one of the top Indian restaurants by Forbes, winning Best Restaurant in Feed the Lion awards and welcoming regulars from Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai - who says "it is the only place which serves the authentic flavours from home” to pop icons, TV stars and presidents.
To celebrate the modern Indian restaurant at the grand, former Holborn Town Hall will launch an ambitious new Memsaab's Tasting Menu, in honour of Choudharys mother. The £95 progressive tasting menu will give diners the opportunity to choose a spirit or champagne, with each of the six courses being paired to a surprise cocktail featuring their chosen drink.
Also to mark its first year, Colonel Saab invites guests to join them in the Indian birthday tradition of wearing new clothes and donating old garments to charity - every diner who brings an old piece of clothing for them to donate to our charity partner Shelter will receive a new, Colonel Saab t-shirt plus 10% discount from the bill, during October. Diners will also receive a complimentary amuse-bouche dessert on 1st and 2nd October.
Colonel Saab owner, Roop Partap Choudhary says: "I wanted to celebrate the diverse cultures and powerful role food plays in India, by introducing the capital to the authentic flavours and textures that are lovingly prepared at homes, street markets and royal kitchens across India.
"And I am humbled and thrilled by the reception Colonel Saab has enjoyed from Londoners over the past year and look forward to celebrating our first anniversary with everybody and welcoming in our second year with exciting new menus and plans.”
- Award-winning Colonel Saab celebrates with twist on Indian birthday tradition, inviting diners to donate old clothes to charity and receive new clothes plus incentives
- Welcomes second year with launch of ambitious new, six -course tasting menu, events and special treat