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STREET KITCHEN AIMS FOR ALL-DAY APPEAL


A short walk from Marble Arch tube station, Roti Chai is a new all-day street kitchen, which aims to popularise ‘ordinary’ Indian food. The restaurant is the brainchild of Rohit Chugh, former managing director of The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, and has been inspired by Rohit’s childhood memories of trips to India and indulging in the delights of local street food-sellers. Open for lunch, afternoon snacks and evening meals, Roti Chai aims to provide simple Indian specialities that can be enjoyed by anyone at any time of day. Roti Chai’s interior design is intended to provide a subtle street feel, with a wall of old school headlights and hand-drawn posters around a ‘hole in the wall’ open kitchen hatch.


Very much a long-term ambition, Roti Chai has been almost 3 years in the making and there is more to the story than the Street Kitchen, with a lower ground Dining Room which offers the opportunity for a more indulgent experience. This has a menu showcasing dishes from across the Sub-Continent, reflecting the diverse cuisines of the many regions of India. The setting and design in the Dining Room takes inspiration from India’s most famous form of transport, with luggage racks adorning the walls and train carriage style banquette seating.


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