pic 1We’re getting ready to present the latest in our lunchtime offer ~ Pop Up 4 Lunch ~ which we are launching on Wednesday 20th May

We look forward to inviting you to Pop Up 4 Lunch @ Purple Poppadom, home of the authentic Mumbai Frankie Roll!* Our culinary team has travelled far and wide through India’s exciting urban cityfood scene to bring you authentic dishes including our thali platters, street food including our tasty venison pao, Lassi – yoghurt based drink  and the exciting Frankie Roll.

So what’s a Frankie*? Well, in India, it is a well-loved street food that originates from the vendors of 1930′s old Bombay, Our authentic Frankie is crafted from our homemade wholemeal flat bread. It is then coated with egg omelette, before adding delicious fillings, and finished off with our signature green chutney, pickled cucumber and red onion for that characteristic Frankie Roll zing!

We are open for lunch Tuesday – Saturday from 12Noon – 2pm and on Sunday  from 1pm.

 Pictured above: Venison Pao

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