Food and drink
The ever-changing menu is short and chosen with care. Locally-sourced, free-range meat and fish always feature, and vegetarians are positively spoilt. At lunchtime, you can nibble on pea fritters, sticky ribs and other street-food-style tapas; the evening menu features moreish delicacies such as pumpkin dhansak and oxtail madras.
There are café-style tables in a warm, stylish space that’s often fully booked.
The staff are friendly and knowledgeable.
It’s tucked away in [node:173590], on a narrow pedestrian street.
At lunchtime, street food dishes are £2.50-£7.50 each while kebabs, dosas and thali platters are £8-£11; in the evening, main courses are £9-£17.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Chilling out