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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Venue Details & Map
36 Redchurch StreetLondonE2 7DP
- +44 (0)20 7739 9595
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
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'll be honest (please forgive me Anne S and Mina K) - when I first read the reviews for Chaat, two orange-heads and an out-of-towner didn't do much for my faith in Chaat's worthiness of a Friday night date spot. But then there was Natalie K's glowing review, and anyone who has a list called "Places to get your stare on" solely dedicated to London's best people watching spots is someone worth...more
Chaat was my first experience with Bangladeshi cuisine. I must say, I am now a fan, both of the restaurant and the cuisine itself.
The restaurant is small and simple, but has a nice intimate feeling to it. There are only a few tables. I got the idea that during the day Chaat is more of a place
To go for an afternoon tea. However, it is a great place from a healthy and delicious dinner for...more