Mango Indian is situated in the heart of the bustling London Bridge, in the historic Cromwell Buildings. These were constructed in 1864 in Redcross Way by Sir Sydney Waterlow of the Improved Industrial Dwellings Company. His aim at the time was to relieve the extreme poverty in the dreadful inner-city slums by providing low-cost housing – a fascinating ambition. We went along to Mango for a lazy Saturday afternoon lunch after a stroll through the buzzing Borough Market.
The modern glass-fronted Indian restaurant housed in this renowned building offers an intimate dining experience.
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