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Pop Brixton introduced Kricket to London, a 20-seater container that offers some of the best Indian dishes. Now, he has a bigger, better, and more upscale combination that brings old favorites and new ones to Soho.
This impressive restaurant raises the bar. The chefs on the main floor can attract customers with their food, while the first floor provides a slightly relaxed atmosphere, perfect for any large group.
may be hard to believe, but what if I told you that we ordered all the bread and rice, fish, vegetables and meat dishes? Well, this is exactly what happened, the FoodPunk style food was quickly removed. On average, a couple will order two to three dishes, but since we have seven people, you can understand why we are ordering the whole thing.
This is an award-winning menu from top to bottom (see below) and, like most restaurants today, it is all about small plates. Keralan fried chicken is a cricket fan favorite, and its delicate curry leaf mayonnaise is the perfect criminal companion for those crispy bad boy licking fingers.
Ordering a spicy and creamy garlic crab is a must, especially when using well soaked seaweed popcorn, every bit of this demonic dish is worth rubbing with extra bread. While scallops taste good, they are undeniably too small, especially considering the price of each scallop (£ 4.20).
Speaking of vegetables, belpuri is a sexy, fresh, fruity dish, mixed with tamarind, juicy rice and mango, and crunchy crabapple with spicy chili and garlic mayonnaise will definitely not let people disappointment.
10cc once sang a famous saying “I don’t like cricket, I like it”. Well, this amazing place is true. I like Hoppers and Dishoom (check the two reviews on the FoodPunk website), but this place is at a higher level and has more opportunities, like many followers it attracts, they will see you there again early To me. Some delicious shizz around them. If you can, please delete the entire menu in one fell swoop. It is totally worth it. The idea behind
FoodPunk is to showcase the delicious food that London must offer, whether it’s to go to different restaurants, eat at a food market or search for some hidden gems in the city center. Regardless of how it looks and tastes, I want to scream and get people involved, taste delicious food, and see some hot spots.

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