Soho Wala: Explosive Flavours of Fresh Indian Street Food in Central London

Soho Wala since its inception in 2018 at the Courthouse Hotel on Great Marlborough street has developed an enviably delicious stature as Central London’s hub for authentic and unforgettable Indian street food cuisine. Built up of delectable small plates, such as the moreish Pani puri wala and the outrageous Mirchi matchstick chicken, the menu offers a superb dining experience, directly opposite the legendary Carnaby Street. A feature by columnist Riccha Grrover for Asian Lite International. 

The culinary expert team in their kitchen continue to create authentic sumptuous delights at this charming eatery, dishes are perfect for sharing and this brings the spirit and flavours of an Indian market place to Soho, all of which can be enjoyed within the elegant and intimate setting, designed especially for group dining in a warm and always-welcoming atmosphere.

With a focus on fresh ingredients and singular dishes, Soho Wala has become known for its cutting edge take on traditional classics; their Indian Afternoon Tea, bursting with delights including Coriander & mint chutney in brioche buns and Tandoori chicken morsels with fresh spinach has become a firm favourite, while the legendary Momos (Indian steamed dumplings) and their host of incredible vegan options, prove their status as one of the city’s more innovative Indian eateries.

Ideally positioned for a casual midweek-lunch, a pitstop to grab a bite after a shopping spree or the perfect locale for an after-work gathering, Soho Wala which has an informal, bright, bistro-like feel stands as a staple of contemporary dining in Central London offering the most sumptuous in Indian street food that transports the discerning palate to the subcontinent! 

This small plates starring restaurant is a colourful, laid-back venue offering innovative takes on Indian standards fare. Food is delicious with lots of flavour, generous portion sizes and is presented in a charming way. Their chaat and Kathi rolls are evocative of the subcontinent as is their masala chai and Infact all the traditional fare! Service is attentive, helpful, polite and impressive. 

The food menu takes the very best of Indian street food and adds that something special to elevate it and gives it a spotlight on the global culinary stage. Even the classics are given star treatment to add contemporary flair, but all cooked in clay ovens to ensure the dishes pack in the authentic flavours. There is an eclectic drinks menu too. All in all this is a winner of an Indian jaunt in central London-Highly Recommended!

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