Inspired by Bangladeshi home-cooking CHAAT restaurant creates simple, authentic & flavoursome dishes. The menu reflects how Bangladeshi families eat at home, sharing from pots of vegetables, fish, lamb etc. Using fresh ingredients CHAAT is a healthy, filling & affordable. Chaat is popular with vegans and vegetarians. Booking advised.
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The food was of good quality and the ambiance is nice. The food may have very well been 'authentic' as well, but I found it rather bland, both in flavor and in spice (heat).
Again the service was good, the food had good texture and quality but I won't be going back because I like my Indian food to be more flavorful and spicy.more
What a nice place this Bangladeshi restaurant is. Away from the crowds and rip-off restaurants on Brick Lane, this place is really recommended. They only have a couple of tables and the menu is not long too, but I had one of the best currys I ever had.
We were a bit in a rush because we wanted to go to a concert at Rich Mix. This wasn't a problem at all. The food came quickly and the service...more
I was looking for a pre-cinema meal, as I was heading to a show at Rich Mix Cinema around the corner. (P.S. - if you've not been to Rich Mix, do it. Such a lovely venue).
We were pressed for time, so I wanted somewhere fairly close to the cinema, and since we'd eaten at nearby Pizza East more times than I care to admit, I forced myself to try something new. Trusty Yelp came to the...more
I was slightly disappointed with Chaat. I really like the concept and they have an extremely appetising menu, but overall I left thinking that I'd spent quite a lot of money yet was still slightly hungry...
Some of the dishes were excellent, especially the daal which was delicious and buttery. Others, like the prawn curry I had, seemed slightly lacking in flavour - I felt the urge to add salt...more
Lovely small menu with homestyle food. Quite nice.
This place is tiny, cozy, and casual. The menu was the same. Limited options (which is nice!) and all the options seem like house specialties. Very good!
The food was nice, but I will gripe a lil...the paneer wraps were excellent but miniscule for the price. The niramish was tasty, but juuust lacking in flavor to be truly standout.