I had seen some reviews of this restaurant so decided to stop by on our way back from our weekend holiday in Hampshire. I was also craving some spicy Indian street food!
The restaurant is nicely done up and has a rustic feel to it with a bright green rickshaw at the entrance which Si and Ri loved!
We decided to skip the mains and ordered a couple of street food starters. The food presentation was really nice! And the food on the whole was nice but not outstanding. I felt it was a bit of style over substance!
I did like the ‘Pani Puri’ but thought it was really pricey at £1 a puri!!! I don’t mind paying £5 a plate but would like a couple of more puri’s at least! The Pav Bhaji was very average…I would have liked it to be a little more authentic with a proper Pav instead of a bun and also pan toasted with butter!
Both Pav Bhaji and Pani Puri are very popular Indian street food dishes. You get them all over India but the best ones are in Mumbai – thats where these dishes originated from. And Mumbai is my home town so I’ve eaten loads of them growing up so my standards are quite high!!