EXCLUSIVE SOFT LAUNCH PREVIEW - 50% OFF FOOD AND WELCOME DRINK

Ooty, the first restaurant venture from friends and entrepreneurs Pooja Nayak and Aseela Goenka will open in the former site of Galvin Bistro de Luxe on Baker Street, Marylebone on Thursday 14th February.

The new fine dining restaurant, will focus on the ingredients and cuisine of southern India. The kitchen is headed up by Manmeet Singh Bali, formerly head chef at Michelin-starred London restaurants Rasoi and Vineet Bhatia London (VBL).

Ooty comprises three distinct spaces; an 80-cover fine dining restaurant, 'Ooty Club' - a colonial-style basement bar and 'Ooty station' - an all day casual dining space and cocktail bar (set to open ahead of the summer). In homage to its namesake - an idyllic Indian station town in the mountains, known for its tea gardens, cardamom and rose-bushes, Ooty’s menu will offer a modern take on the refined, aromatic cuisine of southern India, with its abundance of spice and pulses, as well as fresh fish and vegetable-based dishes.

Guests will be able to choose from a seasonally changing a la carte menu, including starters such as 'Tellicherry crab fry with zesty coconut crab relish & tomato chutney' and fragrant 'Goan chicken cafreal with cucumber rolls, baby corn shoots & tomato dust coral'. Mains range from fresh 'Keralan lime lobster with shellfish charu, squid ink idli & chutney spoon' to the traditional 'Andhra Natu Kodi Biryani - guinea fowl basmati rice, egg salan & cucumber yoghurt pachadi'. 

To redeem: Please email reservations@ooty.co.uk or call 020 3727 5014 and quote SheerLuxe VIP when booking. 

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Don’t forget to take your SL VIP card along with proof of ID on the day.

 

Venue Details

66 Baker Street, London W1U 7DJ

ooty.co.uk

Offer Validation

Offer valid 9th February 2019 (6-10pm).  

SHEERLUXE TEAM SAYS:

'Get in there first with this exclusive soft launch on Saturday 9th February -  Decked out like an 18th century lodge, the restaurant and basement cocktail bar takes inspiration from railway journeys across India.'