My foray into Indian street food began with a samosa ragda chaat (£4) – crushed samosas in a strange-looking sauce of split peas and green peas, topped with bits of crunchy noodle.
It looks like it was dreamed up by a street vendor after a heavy night out but it works, with interesting spicing.
A warning that it is pretty filling, though.
My main course was a chicken boti kathi roll (£6), a tasty flatbread filled with beautifully-cooked chicken, onion and pepper.
Sort of an Indian fajita (they also own Amigos).
It was served with great spicy masala chips, salad and three fresh chutneys. A good balance of textures, spices and flavours.
The warm carrot halwa pudding (£2.50) was nice but I was stuffed so it went in the fridge.