Roti Chai is made up of two parts – the Street Kitchen on the ground floor, and a more formal Dining Room in the basement. We often find ourselves in the former, where the menu is well worth exploring. Our culinarily-hard-to-please Lahori friends actually gave thanks for the papri chaat and the bhel puri. We’ve happily enjoyed the chicken lollipops on various occasions, and a recent Eid lunch turned up the delightful shahi vegetable pulao, and rajma chicken. The masala chai is also full-bodied, but not so much that it kicks you in the back of your throat on its way down.
Roti Chai is nestled just off the west side of Selfridges, at 3 Portman Mews South, London W1 (nearest tube – Bond Street/ Marble Arch), and is a perfect pit-stop/ end to harried shopping trips to Oxford Street. The chicken and lamb is halal.
See their website here.