The award-winning Chakra restaurant is set to introduce its famed Indian cuisine to Kingston-upon-Thames, an iconic riverside location. To celebrate the opening, Chakra will hold a soft launch from 9 to 15 July with 50% off the lunch menu (food only). To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting “Riverside” or call on 020 8541 5757.
Having established a loyal following from their much loved Kensington flagship site, with their brilliant combination of bold flavours and authentic cooking techniques, Chakra will open its second site in early July.
Open for lunch and dinner with room for up to 100 guests and an alfresco terrace area, Chakra’s riverside spot will boast a relaxed yet stylish setting courtesy of design studio, Shalini Misra Ltd.With a team a of talented Indian chefs at the helm boasting a wealth of experience, the extensive lunch and evening menu will include popular staples such as their famed Lamb Rogan Josh; signature Kashmiri Lamb cooked with ginger, chilli, saffron and whole spices, vegan-friendly Chakra Channa; Assam tea infused chickpea cooked with channa masala and tomatoes and Fish Moilee; popular Kerala style seabream fish simmered in a smooth coconut milk gravy.
Chakra Riverside will also be offering a weekend brunch menu guaranteed to wake up your palate, available from 11am to 3pm. Dishes include a suitably spiced Masala Omelette and Mogo Chips, Anda Ka Burjhee otherwise known as Indian-style scrambled eggs, and a devilish Chilli Cheese Toast to name but a few. Guests can raise a glass to breakfast with help from Chakra’s Chai Bar, which encompasses an eclectic selection of organic teas courtesy of Heath & Heather.
Perched on the banks of the Thames, Chakra Riverside will encompass stunning views with its iconic symbol subtly displayed throughout the restaurant, adorning the ceiling cornicing and floor tiles. Chakra’s chic colour palate will reflect the bejewelled richness of India’s history where emerald green, gold and purple will have a strong presence, coinciding with iridescent mirrors, lanterns and bergere-esq chairs which will give a nod to India’s colonial heritage.