India's Oldest Pre-independence Eateries

Tundey Kababi, Lucknow Founded in 1905 by Lucknow’s Nawab’s one-handed celebrity chef, Haji Murad Ali.

Leopold Café Leopold Café was established in 1871 and is one of Mumbai’s iconic cafes

Britannia and Co. Mumbai One of Mumbai's most popular restaurants, Britannia first opened its doors in 1923 in the Fort area.

Karim’s Delhi Founded in 1913 by Hazi Kareemudin, Karim's is still famous for mouthwatering Mutton Nihari.

Indian Coffee House Nestled in a busy alleyway on College Street, Indian Coffee House remains one of Kolkata's most popular restaurants.