An Indian restaurant Zumbura to open its store soon in Clapham,London.
Zumbura, an Indian restaurant is all set to mark its beginning in Clapham, London by Aamir Ahmad, Sean Galligan and David Garrett, co-founders of the furniture retailer Dwell.
The restaurant will showcase traditional cuisine of north India. Head chef Raju Rawat trained at Oberoi, a five-star hotel in New Delhi, worked at Michelin-starred Benares in Mayfair, the Cinnamon Club and Bombay Bicycle Club, and helped develop the street food brand Moolis.
The inclusive menu will feature a wide selection of small sharing plates, with an average spend per head of £20-£30. Starters, such as pakora and aloo tikia, are £3 or less. Small plates to share such as kullia, which is a lamb and turnip aromatic stew slow cooked on the bone, is £6-£8 per dish. Traditional vegetable dishes range from £3-£5 per dish.
Mr. Aamir Ahmad said “I wanted to be able to provide the kind of food I ate when I was growing up, but within a restaurant setting.”
The restaurant will also offer a wide variety of wine and beers located at 36a Old Town, Clapham, London.