Time Out says
The kati (pronounced ‘karti’) is as popular in India’s colonial-style clubs as it is on its rural railway platforms. While a paratha (flaky flatbread) sizzles on a hot griddle, it’s topped with beaten egg that sets to a thin omelette. Garlicky chicken tikka, tangy stir-fried beef, mini lamb patties, paneer or spicy potatoes are put in the middle; add a flurry of red onion slices and a dollop of herby chutney, and the whole lot is then wrapped into a tidy roll. The cooks make everything from scratch using distinctive marinades and fresh, own-ground masalas.
24 Poland Street
|Transport:||Tube: Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road tube|
|Price:||Main courses £3.50-£7.80. Set meal £12-£16 per person (minimum 2). Unlicensed. Corkage no charge.|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thur 11am-11.30pm, Fri 11-12.30am, Sat 12pm-12.30am, Sun 12pm-11.30pm|
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3.8 / 5
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Went to this joint for a quick break, liked their Chicken Tikka Roll and Shami Kebab roll. Must try their Lassi.
Poor customer service. They don't even know how to speak with your customer. If you have zero respect in society or and in your on eyes then you should definitely visit this place otherwise find a nice place.
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