Offering an uber-trendy take on traditional Indian street food, Roti Chai offers a coveted selection of homely staples. Retro branded billboard posters, strokes of fuchsia pink and funky spot lighting feature in the dining room, where guests can enjoy a range spanning from traditional roadside recipes, to sugar and spice-filled treats.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Roti Chai (Dining Room)
3 Portman Mews SouthLondonW1H 6HS
The service here is terrible! It's too bad because the food is actually decent. The pani puri and chicken lollipops were flavorful. The chicken curry and cauliflower veg dish were okay. Not super authentic but good enough for the price.
I wish I could give them 3.5 stars. Good enough for quick Indian food, but do not expect anything from the service. It was some of the worst I've ever...more
We ate on their lower level and found that the food was fantastic, the service was warm and engaging, and the location was convenient! Very well done in every regards. Our server was charming and attentive, the food was so good and they offered an interesting menu with some unexpected items.
Happy to refer friends and family here!more
We decided to try some Indian food while we were in London. This place was very busy and offered a nice variety of sharing platters. There are two areas to eat... Street level and downstairs. We were dining at the street level because they have more sharing plates. We'll probably have to try the other restaurant because the menu looked good, too.
I can't remember the names of all of the...more
We brought our friends from out of town here and it was so much fun to try everything. I've learned that you need to make reservations and if you don't have one, there's a pub right next door where you can grab a beer while you wait!
One of my favourite things here is chill paneer- AMAZZZZZING! It's spicy but the cheese is a nice balance and the texture of the cheese is chewy but so good. I...more
Roti Chai is separated into a ground floor street kitchen, serving modern Indian street food specifically made for sharing and a dining room downstairs, serving a more formal a la carte menu. As we fined in on ground floor we can only give our review on the Street Kitchen.
So the ground floor was an informal dining scene resembling much like a upmarket canteen with upscaled retro Indian food...more