Harden's survey result
“A menu inspired by street hawkers and roadside cafés” produces “delicious” and “authentic”-tasting street food at this highly popular, contemporary Indian operation, near Selfridges. The formula is essentially the same in the ground floor café or basement restaurant, and in general folks “are not sure that eating downstairs is worth the extra”.
The “spicy” dishes are “damned good” at this “original and interesting” Indian operation near Selfridges, serving street-hawker-style small plates on the “more casual”, “grab-and-go” ground floor and tandoori grills plus regional specialities in the “more formal” basement. Both options are “very good value for central London”.
“Good Indian street food is hard to come by... even in India!”, but this upbeat two-floor venue near Selfridges (no-booking ground floor, more formal basement) “brilliantly captures the charm and tastes of railway station vendors of yore” with its “varied dishes, amazing flavours, and great value for money”.
“Really authentic” but “not overpowering” flavours characterise the “exciting Indian street food” at this contemporary-style venue near Selfridges, where there’s both a no-booking ground floor, and more formal basement.
Roti Chai Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Delicious lunch for three last month. Menu inspired by street hawkers and roadside cafes."
3 Portman Mews South, London, W1H 6HS
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all day noon - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm