The food here was all excellent.
We ordered Bhel Puri which is something like a Bombay mix with some small chopped green mango and some yoghurt. But don’t expect lots of mango and yoghurt - this is very much a dry dish. It was unusual and tasty, though not being very familiar with Bhel Puri difficult to tell how unusual or different it is. I may or may not order this again. It was a little dry for what I wanted.
The Samphire Pakora, were very interesting and very good. They are similar in concept to the fried green beans you get at Hunan, Duck and Rice and Taiwan Village. Here instead of green beans you get samphire crisped in a light batter.
The food isn’t typical Indian – it feels a more modern British Indian fusion.
We also had the Hake which was very good and the best thing we had. The fish was perfectly cooked and the malai sauce was light flavourful, like a tikka masala sauce without ghee.
Definitely worth checking out if you’re at Pop Brixton. I plan to go back and try some of the other things I saw people eat.