Kricket, Brixton

Pritesh Mody |
KricketWhat…/ Kricket brings Indian food for the zeitgeist to Pop Brixton! Tell me more…/ After stints in kitchens around Mumbai and London's renowned Cinnamon Kitchen, Chef Will Bowlby appears to have picked up some serious cooking skills if our meal at Kricket was anything to go by. With just 20 seats in the container based restaurant, the experience also has the hustle-and-bustle feel of traditional city restaurants in India. On the menu…/ Expect a modern twist on authentic Indian dishes.  Visit for their weekend brunch and you'll be met with dishes such as the soul-soothing Smoked haddock kichri and an utterly indulgent Mallard sausage roll, alongside a lovely cup of traditional Indian chai. Visit for dinner, and the more substantial dishes include Goat leg raan heritage carrots; Clams meen moilee with monk's beard, coriander, lime; and Samphire pakoras Chilli garlic mayonnaise, date & tamarind chutney. We went and here's why you should go…/ Kricket has successfully managed to combine the best of British and Indian food cultures into a short yet incredibly appealing menu. Price…/ Around £18/head excluding drinks Where…/ Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Rd, London SW9 8PQ
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