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31 Bell LaneLondonE1 7LA
Inito was a place my husband and I ran into when wandering around. They've got convenient wraps that are nice for lunch and walking. So we decided to order two- one with soya mince and the other with portobello mushrooms. They both did the job. We were full and satisfied and it was pretty good, or rather, A-OK. Nothing out of this world, but convenient if you want to walk and eat! I'd try...more
I've just tried it once, but i really liked it.
I had Chicken Biriyani and I was very impressed. FLAVOURS is the keyword.
They have surprisingly got it all right, which very few Indian restaurants get right in the UK.
They serve masala chai too. If you have ever lived in India, you'll know what this is. Luckily they let you put the sugar in it, so your chai doesn't taste like dessert,...more
I've been a regular at Inito ever since it opened a few months ago. Inito - a portmanteau of "Indian" and "Burrito" - serves variations of Indian street food and is quite popular at lunch-time for the rolls it serves, I'm told. I tend to eat here in the evenings and weekends, so am rarely in the mood for a roll those times, but those I know who have eaten these tell me they're good.
So much buzz around this place, interior is fun and another lunch option for local workers. As per my tip (see tips!), the food will be served in a takeaway box even if you eat in.. this is during lunch hours. This may sound particular, but I would have liked to eat with a plate, metal cutlery.. Takeaway boxes eating in? Lazy much.
Onto the food itself.. ordered a chicken curry with rice. The...more
Looked very promising, nice interiors and layout. Similar concept as that of Bombay Burrito but here the quintessential Roti (Chapatti) is used to create a wrap or Roll. Apart from the wraps they so Biriyani, few curries and few other snacks as well.
Under 5 quid for a wrap is not bad, a number of different fillings, salads and sauces are available. I had a Chicken Roti roll, my mates had a...more