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From Kerb to Table - Street Food and Storytelling

Thursday 01st March 2018
By Tapasya

The Tapasya Group are pleased to introduce their brand new concept, Tapasya Kitchen.

Tapasya Restaurants, have a serious love of Indian street food. They create a true taste of India using delicious locally sourced ingredients, combined with the knowledge and knowhow of our fantastic team of chefs. This is why they have created a new street food concept for the Tapasya Group- Tapasya Kitchen. Tapasya Kitchen hopes to entice you with the scents, sights and sounds experiences of the streets of India without ever stepping out of Hull! The street food menu is inspired by the stories of Indian street food vendors from around India.

Customers will be able to enjoy the following dishes and each comes with a story. Samosa chaat: which is a popular Indian savoury snack available in several variations. It is spicy, tangy and sweet and a popular street food in India.

Papari Chaat: Chaat was born out of the royal kitchen of emperor Shah Jahan who was ordered to consume foods that were light on his stomach but high on spice. sweet, spicy and sour chutney all rolled into one.

Aloo Tikki: a North Indian dish that can be found in almost every shop and stall in Delhi and throughout the country this piping hot snack is prepared from boiled potatoes, onions and various spices.

Kathi Roll: originates from Kolkata, India, this skewer-roasted kebab (chicken, lamb) wrapped in paratha bread is layered with onion, sauces including ketchup and chili, and normally a spicy green chutney.

Chole Bhature: a dish famous all over India, but most eaten in Delhi where there are street food vendors on every corner. This breakfast dish consists of a combination of spicy and creamy chick peas and puffy hot fried bread called Bhatura, served with incredible sweet and sour chutney.

All of Tapasya Kitchen’s street food will be created using the finest Yorkshire produce, made to sing with the spices that we dry and grind in the kitchens of our two restaurants, Tapasya on Beverley High Road in Hull and Tapasya@Marina.

Street food is both communal and convenient and offers a Kerb to table appeal. The food ranges from £3.99 – £5.99.

There authentic street food offers a stunning fusion of the highest quality local produce and the vibrant flavours of the India.

We can’t wait to transport you to the streets of India, where a sensory explosion in the sunshine is guaranteed!