What is Patri ?
Patri Indian Restaurant Or Patri Street Food
Patri has several meanings, in Hindi it means pavement, in Urdu it means track, and in ancient Sanskrit it means a vessel or small furnace. The name took us back to our origins and we decided to use pavement, tracks, and furnace to come up with a street food menu which contains all three elements. Our starters are street food classics on pavements in India and Pakistan. Our grills are freshly cooked in the tandoor at over 400 degrees to replicate cooking in a furnace. Our curries are inspired by the railway cooks on train journeys in India.
New Delhi is the Capital of India and the birth place of butter chicken. Culturally diverse and heavily influenced by the Mughali cuisine, Old Delhi is the home of tender kebabs, sensational curries as well as a variety of chaats.
This classic Mughlai Mutton Stew preparation is a royal, delicious assemblage of fine flavours brewed with mutton and spices. Deep warmth spreads through the winter as en elixir showcasing our mastery of curry cooking.
Crispy Kale Pakora Chaat
Crispy Fritters made by flash frying Kale in specials special spices and served on a bed of sweet potato fries topped with kachumber, sweet yoghurt and chaat masala.
What The Critics Say
Be transported to New Delhi and Jodhpur with cutting-edge flavours and spices in a hip Ealing restaurant
Fabulous Magazine, The Sun
Everyone is Patri has a grin on their face
Ealing is a bit off my beaten track, but well worth the visit now that exciting new Indian restaurant Patri has opened its doors
The best dishes, such as the palak paneer and the black dhal, were genuinely good, and the attractive presentation of the chaat showed a kitchen that cares about detail.
Move aside street food, this Ealing joint is all about train food. Confused? Let us explain: Patri, which translates as ‘train track’, pays homage to India’s rail-side snacks