Hindoostane Coffee House
|Hindoostane Coffee House|
Plaque commemorating the coffee house
|Food type||Indian curry house|
|Street address||George Street|
The Hindoostane Coffee House was the first Indian restaurant on the British Isles. It was opened by Sake Dean Mahomed, a former captain in the British East India Company's Bombay Army, in George Street, London in 1810. It closed a year later for lack of business.