Join us each Sunday for a new set menu
A late breakfast is one of the luxuries of Sunday whether you are in Bombay, Calcutta, Hyderabad or London.
We start our brunch with two street food favourites- one is the Bombay classic, the vada pau, a recipe one of our chefs, Rashmi perfected as a child while helping her father prepare his street food cart in Bombay.
The Bhelpuri is a tangy and crunchy puffed rice and chutney mix with potatoes. The Bhel is inspired by Asma’s childhood memories of morning trips to New Market in Calcutta with her mother.
The main brunch plate choices is a tribute to the cuisine of 1930s undivided india- from Karachi to Dhaka via Hyderabad.
And of course every meal should end on a sweet note. A version of kheer is made all over South Asia, it’s one of the most comforting desserts from the region. Khoobani ka meetha is a less known dessert with royal Hyderabadi heritage