Modern, Indian-inspired street food vendor Rotli Crew is taking over the kitchen at Clapham’s The King & Co pub.

Rotli Crew has been making a name for itself on the street-food scene at spots like KERB, Alchemy Festival, Street Feast‘s #DalstonYard and Hoxton Street Market (where it first started out). This autumn, the pop-up chefs are moving indoors, with a residency at The King & Co pub from Monday 5 October ’til Sunday 29 November.

Rotli Crew Kashmiri Mutton curry with winter vegetables

Rotli Crew Kashmiri Mutton curry with winter vegetables

The menu will offer small plates including Pani Puri filled with sweet potato, kala chana, tamarind ketchup and green chutney; and large plates like Kashmiri Mutton Curry (above) with winter vegetables. Plus, don’t miss street food favourites Jeera-fried Chicken Wings and Masala Cod Cheeks. Desserts will include the Chilli Chocolate Brownie with homemade cardamom ice-cream and Mango and Lime Mousse with Nankhati Biscuit.

Rotli Crew Samosa special

Rotli Crew Samosa Special

Plus, Saturday Brunch and Sunday Lunch will get an Indian twist, with specials changing regularly – so each time you visit there’ll be surprises in store.

The street food duo, Ben France and Aneesha Noonan, who set up Rotli Crew just last year, have been inspired by personal family recipes, and so the menu reflects the dishes eaten in the Indian home, using fresh, sustainable and seasonal ingredients. Sources include rare breed, slow-aged meat from Turner & George and sustainable fish and shellfish from Moxons.

5 October-29 November

Opening Hours?
Monday – Friday: 5pm-10pm
Saturday: 12pm-10pm
Sunday: 12pm-8pm

The King & Co | 100 Clapham Park Road, London SW4 7BZ

Tube: Clapham Common

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Photography: Tyson Benson, Rotli Crew, Market Fresh

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