A police box in a similar style to Brazilian crepe favourite Tupiniquim, this place has built a similar reputation, for entertaining and welcoming banter as much for their broad range of Indian dishes on offer.Pricing is similar to the Mosque Kitchen, with my chosen dish, saag aloo with rice, coming in at a paltry £4.
The wonderfully loquacious owner prepared the dish to order as we chatted. Referendum talk still dominates; this was one of the more entertaining and informed discussions I’d had about it, of late.Anyhoo, the dish was soon with me, so with money handed over I toddled down the road in search of a likely spot to begin munching.
The food proved to be tasty, warmly spiced and entirely satisfying. It was hearty and filling, rather than particularly refined. I was very pleased with it.
So overall, I was glad to finally visit the Bollywood Box. It’s a place that’s full of charm, and offers satisfying food for a very reasonable pricetag. You should add it to your list of places for a visit.