Sat on Middlesex Street in the Whitechapel area of London, Mumbai Square is a is a fabulous Indian eatery that offers a warm welcome to all that walk through the door.
Providing locals and visitors to England’s capital city with a range of classic Indian dishes, each with their own modern twist, curry experts and novices alike are sure to find something to their liking.
The dining experience at Mumbai Square promises to be enhanced for tastecard members, who are able to enjoy anything off the a la carte menu at a fantastic price when they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival, giving them the perfect excuse to indulge in more than one course. This begins with any of the scrumptious starters, such as the divine salmon tikka pieces and the flavoursome Paneer chilli, and continues through to the main courses.
When it comes to the larger plates there is a fine array of classics available, including the fiery vindaloo and the mild and creamy korma, that work alongside a host of specialties to make for a selection that is fit to satisfy any palate and any appetite. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the achari gosht, lamb cooked in fresh pickled sauce with ginger, tomatoes and fresh coriander, the nimbu chingri, and the lime juice & ginger marinated tiger prawns that are enhanced with green chillies & turmeric.
Found just a stone’s throw away from such iconic attractions as the Tower of London, the London Wall and the Monument to the Great Fire of London, Mumbai Square makes for a fine spot for guests to visit and enjoy a bit of respite amidst a day of exploration.