September 30 2019
Hot news! Bandook Indian Kitchen, Milsom Place
The vibrant, eats-meets-west all-day dining and merrymaking zone Bandook Indian Kitchen is poised to open its doors in Milsom Place any day now.
Open seven days a week, this lively, unique-to-Bath venture will feature an all-encompassing menu blending familiar Indian street food classics with a fascinating selection of moreish creations from breakfast through brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, all overseen by Murali Raj and incorporating light snacks, small and large plates (including signatures such as ‘Grandma’s Curry’, samosa chaat and melting Peshwari lamb cutlets) alongside new additions of naanwiches, dosas, cheese and chilli toasties and much, much more. “I’ve been in the restaurant business all my life and I’ve always wanted to create a street food concept,” says director Moe Rahman. “Now that Bandook Bristol is firmly established in Wapping Wharf, we’re really looking forward to expanding the concept and our next chapter in the beautiful city of Bath.” Talking of beautiful…
BIK’s simple yet sophisticated interiors take their cue from the Hindustani cafés where the British and Indian army used to gather to eat together, with the restaurant featuring a mix of striking emerald hues across banquette seating and stained-glass panels accented with simple wooden furniture, statement pendant lights and memorabilia which reflects the era. With a focal-point stainless steel and copper bar, guests can pop in for drinks (the cocktail menu is extensive, to say the least) or dine inside or outside, thanks to a covered, all-year-round terrace. Hoorah!
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