Indian restaurant in UK declared healthiest


“Indali Lounge, London, is the healthiest curry house in the UK. They don’t use butter, cream or ghee and the naans are made with flour, oats and barley to maximise fibre and minimise starch. Meals are slow-cooked to retain nutrients,” the BBC said.
The upmarket cocktail bar atmosphere, with lilac flourishes and slick surfaces adds a contemporary touch to this evolved British Indian cooking,” it added.

The restaurant is frequented by many celebrities like India’s batting genius Sachin Tendulkar, veteran Hindi actor-director Dev Anand and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie Blair. Indali Lounge was set up some years back by Kartar Lalvani, founder-chairman of Vitabiotics, Britain’s largest selling vitamin supplements that received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2003 and 2008.

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