This Mumbai street food inspired restaurant has brought its “profoundly original dishes” to White City with a second venture at the revamped Television Centre (former home of the Beeb).
Harden's survey result
“A brilliant and totally different, fresh and wonderfully subtle fusion of southern Indian and European food” is “served up with a smile and music in a metal container in Brixton” as part of a “fun” and “funky” community project; a Soho branch is set to open in the autumn of 2016.
Kricket Restaurant Diner Reviews
"The concept of sharing plates is a good idea and the dishes received a mixed review from the group of ten. Some of the dishes were novel (e.g. partridge, samphire) whilst others seemed to be overrated (e.g. Iberico Pig). Would have been good to have some staple indina dishes other than the breads."
"High-class indian offering. Unusual and carefully spiced dishes in a buzzing atmosphere. Brilliant."
"The latest addition to the Kricket group carries it's own different identity just like Kricket Soho and Kricket Brixton. This time it's bigger,more spacious and has a new menu full of more substantial courses- but like the other restaraunts it is doing something unique and beguiling with it's food. The staff are full of enthusiasm and helpful knowledge and the whole experience is very enjoyable!"
"Indian small plates is the latest and welcome addition to the growing White City offering around the revamped Television Centre. Food is spiced rather than spicy, and more meaty than you might expect from as southern Indian. Fried chicken was moist and flavorsome; venison kebab was lovely with a mango sauce; grilled pumpkin was a nice vegetable counterbalance."
|Monday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Friday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm-10:30 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm-5 pm|