THE OVERALL EXPERIENCE IS MORE THAN JUST THE FOOD
So what will we actually be selling? After discussing with Petra at Eat.st and talking among ourselves we have decided to start off with a handful of staple Indian street fare with the intention of adding more as we go on.
Battered spiced potato patties served in a soft bun with butter and lashings of tasty chutneys – India’s very own burger popular on the streets of Western India.
Chunky Pea and Potato Stew served topped with sev (Indian chickpea crisps), chopped onion, green and tamarind chutney and chopped coriander. A feast for the eyes and taste buds.
Street food from North and West India. Made using sev of various sizes and textures, tomato, potato, green and tamarind chutney, fresh coriander and red onions. Pomegranate garnish provides a twist on the traditional recipe while intensifying the colours.
These are crispy on the outside and moist in the middle ‘chunks’ that we will be serving with a masala tomato sauce.
These are a generally called Sago Vada and are served on beaches and streets throughout India.
Made with fragrant spices (cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and ginger) this is the ultimate winter warmer and a pick me up for any morning.
This is a staple all over India with some regions using more milk while others add different flavours. Our version is made using a combination of methods.
Made with fresh lemon and lime and mixed with ginger ale and fresh mint leaves. This is a refreshing drink that accompanies any meal.