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The Sethi siblings' (Gymkhana, Trishna) Sri Lankan street food shack, which stormed into Soho with the “incredible” and “punchy flavours” in 2015, adds a sister restaurant in Marylebone. Good news for fans who don't want to wait outside the no bookings Soho original, the press release says there will be a reservation line for the new site!

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Summary

“I went over 15 times last year. I can’t get enough!” The Sethi family’s “tiny”, “fun” Soho two-year-old punches well above its weight with its “ultra-tasty” Sri Lankan and Tamil street food – “perfectly spiced bites” (majoring in rice pancake ‘hoppers’) that “burst with flavour and texture” (“I was born in Sri Lanka, and this place is pretty authentic”). Given the no-bookings policy, “it’s a disaster to get into, but damn it, it’s worth it!” In mid-September 2017, they opened a much-anticipated spin-off in Marylebone which, thankfully, does take bookings..

£49
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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

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