Anand Brings His Street Food to the City

Frankie 4Chef George is launching his street food lunch experience in the city centre at Gina’s Cafe opposite Cardiff Castle from Friday 18th September!

Available Tuesday – Sunday from 11.30am – 3.30pm you can sample some of Chef’s latest street food creations such as his new Bombay chicken, Bombay fries and his big plates where you can choose a tapas style dishes.  You can also enjoy Chef’s popular Bombay Frankie Rolls made famous at the summer Street Food Circus.

Pop down to Gina’s at 34 High St, Cardiff CF10 1PU

 

BOMBAY FRANKIE ROLL

Chef George’s authentic Frankie is crafted from homemade wholemeal flat bread. It is then coated with egg omelette, delicious fillings, and finished off with Chef’s signature green chutney, pickled cucumber and red onion for that characteristicFrankie Roll zing!

Choose from the following fillings:
Eat Out – 3.95 | Eat In – 4.45
Keralan Beef – Slow cooked beef, marinated with spices and herbs, finished in a typical Keralan style – with coconut

Tandoori Chicken Tikka – Chicken supreme marinated with red chillies, spices, cooked in the tandoor, with a tangy chatpata sauce

Tandoori Paneer Tikka – Soft Indian cottage cheese marinated with red chillies, spices, cooked in the tandoor, with a tangy chatpata sauce

 

BIG PLATES

In true street food tradition, Chef has explored the finest ingredients around India and created new and exciting flavours presented on a big plate – tapas style!

Beef | 8.50
Beef brisket, braised with Keralan spices, pulled beef, a pickled salad, ‘Chalna’ – a succulent sauce, a flaky malabar parotta and rice

Chicken | 8.50
Chicken thigh cooked Dhaba style, Tandoori chicken supreme bhuna, a pickled salad, ‘Chalna’ – a succulent sauce, a flaky malabar parotta and rice

Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) | 8.50
Paneer cooked in two different styles, a pickled salad, ‘Chalna’ – a succulent sauce, a flaky malabar parotta and rice

 
Chef’s Biryani of the day 6.95 (Eat Out) | 7.95 (Eat In)
An aromatic biryani served with a succulent sauce, raita and poppadom

 

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