KRICKET | LONDON
Food Review By FinediningIndian Magazine Team .Kricket was first founded in a tiny 20-seat shipping container in Brixton. The restaurant is a modern memoir of time spent living and working in Mumbai where our story started, and which still heavily influences everything we do. Combining British ingredients with the authentic flavours, aromas and spices of India, our focus from the start has been to create seasonal, modern Indian plates and drinks, served in a relaxed space.Read Kricket Restaurant London Food Tasting Review August as given In Fine dininhg Indian magazine.
We went with a group of Indianhead chefs and tasted 90% of the menu. What we found ‘kricket’ as new age British gastro pub styled restaurant using Indian cuisine as inspiration, don’t like to call it as fusion cuisine.
But it’s clearly not an Indian restaurant as far as food and taste goes. This must not be Indian cuisine in future. Indian traditional recipes and techniques must be preserved in right way being Modern. Or new restaurants will try to emulate krickets success and Indian cuisine will lose its originality.
We feel very privileged to see how Indian cuisine can influence other cuisines. Would love to see More Kricket like restaurants in French cuisine, Japanese cuisine…
Dishes we Tasted are below with Our Observation
Green chilli, garlic, Berk swell
Bhel puri, raw mango, tamarind, sev, yoghurt
Lasooni scallop, Goan sausage, poha, seaweed
Torched kasundi mackerel, gooseberry chutney, spiced almonds, oyster leaf
Tandoori monkfish, coconut chutney
Telangana beef pickle, roti, salted paneer
Keralan fried chicken, curry leaf mayonnaise, pickled mouli
wood pigeon, girolles & fresh peas, pumpkin chutney
Duck breast, sesame & tamarind, pickled cucumber
Shahi tukda, buttermilk ice cream, dulce de leche, berries
Misti doi, pomegranate, rose, pistachio
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