Gul & Sepoy in Spitalfields Caters for HalalHALAL STATUS Offers Halal chicken. Pork cooked separately!
Award-winning restaurateurs Harneet and Devina Baweja have opened a third restaurant that caters for Halal.
Gul & Sepoy is a regional Indian restaurant in East London’s busy Commercial Street that opened only a fortnight ago.
And while they currently only serve Halal chicken, we can confirm that the pork on the menu is cooked separately.
Furthermore, only two dishes contain alcohol as an ingredient and that desserts.
Couple that with the many non-meat options on the menu, and what you have here is an eatery that’s probably going to taste the same success as its two sister restaurants, Gunpowder and Madame D’s.
While Madame D’s was only recently awarded a Bib Gourmand, Gunpowder received one the year before.
Spread across two floors, Gul & Sepoy offers a relaxed dining area downstairs, and a more opulent setting upstairs, with marble feasting tables reminiscent of the ancient royal palaces in Northern India.
As to their menu, then expect dishes similar to the following and inspired by “food inspired by the royal courts of North India, paired with the more relaxed, rural cooking of fishing villages located along the South West coastline”:
- Whole tandoori sea bream with pickled black raddish
- Royal guchi pulao (v)
- Wild garlic chicken skewers
- Ambedi stone bass (marinated organic mango ginger) with corgi sauce
- Wild berries and lavender kheer
Gul & Sepoy
65 Commercial Street, London E1 6BD.
Opening Hours: (Lunch) Tue-Sat 12:00-14:45 | (Dinner) Mon-Sat 17:30-22:30