61 Upper Berkeley Street, London
020 7958 3222
Indian; Delhi Street Food
Mon - Sat 12:00pm–2:45pm, 5:45pm–10:45pm; Closed Sunday
Hankies is a casual Indian street food restaurant serving Indian Tapas and specialise in serving Roomali Roti – a classic Indian roti which is hand spun till its thin enough to read through, cooked on a burning hot Roomali Tawa and folded into ‘Hankies’. Tapas style is perfect for this restaurant as you’ll want to try everything – especially with most dishes priced between £4-5 and the most expensive being £9. Try it all from small plates, like Dahi Puri (okra, onion, pomegranate, rice puffs and chilli tomato chutney), to mains like a (very hot) chilli lamb chop with soft and oozing juices and the “most impressive to look at” (Evening Standard) sea bream fried in spices, which is flavourful. Of course, you must try the lassis. there’s also cocktails, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Complimentary Starter in February
London has more than its fair share of Indian street food haunts, but nothing quite like Hankies. The new restaurant is open now, and to celebrate, they’re having *complimentary* starters throughout February – including Valentine’s Day!
All who visit Hankies agree that the prices are amazing. The most expensive dish on the menu is just £9, and the majority around £4-6. But if that wasn’t enough, for its launch month, including Valentine’s Day, they’re offering a complimentary starter, so there is double the reason to dine at Hankies before the end of February!