London's fast-food scene just got a boost with the opening of a new Indian spot on Baker Street.
Tamarind Tiger is the second London restaurant from the Kapur family - who opened Copper Chimney in Westfield London back in October and run a restaurant empire in India. But while Copper Chimney was from an existing chain, Tamarind Tiger is the first of its kind.
The gist is that you DIY your own dish, choosing from a selection of grains, leaves, proteins and vegetables as well as chutneys and jams. Menu items include:
- Tomato masala meatballs
- Tamarind chickpeas
- Brown berry rice
- Corn chaat
And there are also sides like baked gunpowder chips and lamb samosas.
Breakfast sounds worth a try with breakfast menu with options like God’s Own Kerala porridge pots with banana, palm jaggery caramel and toasted coconut, egg pots with masala beans and British sausages and bacon and Parsi potato pot with double poached eggs and beetroot ketchup.
To drink, there's a Chai bar with 14 loose leaf chais to choose from as well 100% Arabica Single Origin Indian Coffee and sweet treats like pistachio and cardamom cookies and candied ginger muffins.
And while it's mainly a takeaway spot, there are also some tables if you want to eat in.
More about Tamarind Tiger
Where is it? 13 Baker St, Marylebone, London W1U 3AH
When? Open now.
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