Hankies Cafe does not have a reservations system and is more than happy to accept tastecard walk-ins.
A delightful little Indian café that focuses on the street food of the exotic sub-continent, Hankies Café offers up a fabulous setting for those looking for a tantalising bite.
The stylish and contemporary eatery can be found on Shaftesbury Avenue in the Soho area of London, just a stone’s throw away from the bustling areas of Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus, and makes for a wonderful hideaway for those looking for a bit of rest and recuperation.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can be treat themselves to any of the exquisite dishes at a fantastic discount, providing they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival, leaving a little extra money in the wallet to accompany such with a beverage or two from the marvellous drinks selection.
The food at Hankies Café is designed for the more sociable eating parties and is home to an array of scrumptious nibbles, such as the scrambled egg masala, the Indian cheese based pumpkin paneer, and the bhindi bhel of okra, pomegranate, rice puffs and a chilli tomato chutney, that work alongside a number of larger plates in a menu fit for any palate. Particularly noteworthy examples of the latter can be seen in the wondrous chive and garlic prawns, the flavoursome Chicken Dhaba, a dry chicken curry, and the lamb mince and kidney infused Kidney ‘n’ Keema.
Be it for a casual evening out with the family, an informal repast with the significant other, a quick catch up with some friends, or merely a spot of respite amidst a day of exploration in England’s capital city, all are catered for at Hankies Café.