THE EAST INDIA CLUB

Founded in the middle of the 19th century, its original members were 'the servants of the East India Company and Commissioned Officers of Her Majesty's Army and Navy'. The legacy of those early members, home on furlough from far flung lands, continues today. As a private club, only open to members and their guests, the club still provides a refuge and meeting place for busy young men and their more seasoned seniors. To learn more please visit www.eastindiaclub.co.uk



 


WHAT OUR
MEMBERS
HAVE TO SAY:


“The East India Club is one of the historic English Gentlemen Clubs. It combines the historic significance of the East India Company with the Public School Club's societal relevance. Of particular note is the Waterloo room, where on its terrace the Prince of Wales proclaimed the victory over the French at Waterloo. The American Bar is always lively and has some of the best selection of Port in town. The food at the East India Club is exquisite, complemented by excellent service - always in tuxedo and by candlelight. The menu always includes an Indian dish to underline the Club's history. In summary, if in town the East India Club is certainly worth a visit”

- Francesco Iberg, January 13, 2016



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