Gaylord update: Closed restaurant to be replaced by a new Indian venture

Legendary London restaurant Gaylord, shut since June (or thereabouts), will be replaced with a new Indian spot called Banjarah.

It is not known exactly when Gaylord, a North Indian restaurant based in Fitzrovia for a cool 53 years, shut up shop, but tables can no longer be booked and its website is offline, as Harden’s reported three months ago.

Any restaurant serving good Muglai curries for more than half a decade is a loss to London, but Banjarah may yet prove a worthy successor.

The restaurant will be a London debut from Delhi-based group Azure Hospitality, which is behind a number of notable ventures in India, including Dhaba by Claridges.

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