Restaurants, Indian Aldgate
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This curry house and bar in the City serves dishes from across the Indian subcontinent, such as hamook johl (half shell mussels cooked in a spicy karahi sauce), tandoori king prawns and salmon korma. A strong vegetarian menu offers options like roast aubergine with onion seeds, fenugreek and mango, while desserts are a specialty.
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Anokha says
"Anokha” award winning restaurant in the heart of the City of London insurance district is a beautiful, high-end Indian restaurant offering sophisticated sub continental cuisine with real style and panache.

It is located in grade II listed historic building, which was originally two of London last remaining tea warehouses, completed in 1729 and first owned by the infamous East India Tea Company.

The Indian menu features authentic, traditional favourites as well as creative, Asian fusion dishes all made with the freshest ingredients and an eye toward light, healthy eating. And the selection of fish dishes – monkfish, salmon, sea bass – is unique among City Indian restaurants. We offer a carefully selected range of wines and spirits along with some of the best champagne in the world.

Just a stone’s throw from the Famous Gherkin Tower and a minute’s stroll from the Lloyds Tower, nearest station is Fenchurch St, Liverpool St and Aldgate. Anokha attracts a knowledgeable and loyal clientele who appreciate the fine service.

Anokha is renown in the City for Corporate and Private events. Anokha designs, plans and organises events to thrill, excite, surprise and delight your guests. Whether you need a themed party to celebrate Christmas or hitting sales targets, An awards dinner to follow an annual conference or an interactive evening of varied entertainment, We have the experience and resources to create the right night for you.
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Venue name: Anokha
Address: 2 Creechurch Lane
Transport: Tube: Aldgate
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I go to Anokha regularly in the evenings, so I cannot comment on lunch. I think it is the best Indian I have ever had in London (gasp). Don't get me wrong, I love Brick Lane for its value, but its not comparable with Anokha in terms of quality. Great friendly service,