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Ooty

Restaurants, Indian Baker Street
Ooty
Venue says Indulge in the exotic and tantalising flavours of South India at London’s newest culinary extravaganza – Ooty.

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An Indian restaurant in Marylebone split into three sections: a fine-dining restaurant, an all-day dining space and an underground cocktail bar.

Ooty says
Indulge in the exotic and tantalising flavours of South India at London’s newest culinary extravaganza – Ooty.

The name traces its origin to an idyllic hill-station in the state of Tamil Nadu, Udhagamandalam (Ooty) that even today transports its visitors to an era bygone. Ooty, the restaurant, aims to capture this very essence with an ambiance and décor that is an apt amalgamation of the legacy of the British Raj with the plush contemporary finish of modern day London.

Ooty is the product of the passion of owners Pooja Nayak and Aseela Goenka, close friends who had the vision to recreate the nostalgia of their childhoods in India.

The menu features delicacies from all corners of South India that have been carefully crafted to retain their authenticity and presented uniquely by head chef, Manmeet Singh Bali, (former head chef at Michelin-starrers - Rasoi and Vineet Bhatia London (VBL)).

A creative selection of dishes and sensational aromas and flavours promise to give you an experience of South Indian cuisine in a way London has never seen before.

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Address: 66 Baker St
London
W1U 7DJ
Transport: Tube: Baker Street
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Opening hours: Mon- Thur midday- 2.30pm; 6pm- 10.30pm; Fri midday- 2.30pm; 6pm - 11pm; Sat midday- 3pm; 6pm- 11pm; Sun- closed
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This venue has areas available to hire for private events

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