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There is much more to teetotallers’ haven ‘Bombay Eating House’ Hustle in west London than Pakistan’s Lollywood film industry and sumptuous surroundings.
While having the historical distinction of introducing Ealing Broadway’s very first dry bar, this quirky little hidden cove’s resplendent interior alone is worth the visit.
And with British actor Tom Coulston as co-founder of the restaurant, a man who recently starred in the Pakistani hit movie Teefa in Trouble, Hustle is indeed one of the borough’s best kept secrets.
With a medley of colours defining an intricate mixture of Arabic calligraphy and Indo-Pakistani decor, all designed by talented artist Seema Z, you simply will not find an Indo-Pakistani restaurant quite like it in Ealing.
What’s more, while Hustle’s innovative mixologist can create exquisite beverages to your requirements, the restaurant’s familiarly homely menu is streamlined to include some Indo-Pakistani classics.
A familiarly homely menu of Indo-Pakistani classics
From your carefuly-crafted Pani Puris and Chicken Lollipops, to the more exotic influences of Turkish Mantis and Hakka Chilli Paneer, the Small Plates section will have you spoiled for choice.
The Main Plates are sure to excite even the hardiest of traditionalists with dishes like the lightly tangy Punjabi Kadhi Pakora Curry, Baluchi Chole chickpeas curry, and the red kidney beans with saffron rice Rajma Chawal.
While the Indo-Chinese influence is represented by Indo-Chinese Noodles, and an Akuri Tofu full of peppers and chillies, there’s some equally intriguing plates too like the Desi Lamb Pasta, or the Masalafied Chicken Steak with crispy chips.
But, if you’re after some classics, then no one does them better than Hustle with the luxurious Butter Chicken or Railway Lamb Curry, as well as the fragrant Lamb or Chicken Dum Biryanis.
You won’t be disappointed with the sweet encore either with all your favourite desserts on show including Rose & Saffron Rasgulla, soothing warm plates of Sooji Halwa and Gajrela, or just a simple ice cream-on-a-stick Kulfi.
In short, there are more than enough reasons for you to hustle on over to The Broadway and enjoy the full experience of a ‘Bombay Eating House’ and Ealing’s most intriguing restaurant.
We’ve teamed up with Hustle to offer our readers a massive 50% off on collections only (valid till 31st March 2021).
13 Bond Street, Ealing, London W5 5AP.
Opening Hours: Mon CLOSED | Tue-Sun 12:30-15:30, 17:00-21:00