We are beyond excited to start the New Year with a fantastic new special, Asma Khan’s first ever collaboration.
Crispy ‘Bengali Chop’ vegetable patty, topped with grilled seasoned aubergine, pickled red onion, lettuce, tomato, mustard and turmeric and chilli mayo on a toasted turmeric brioche bun.
£10.50 with £1 being donated to The Lotus Flower charity
Asma’s Turmeric Chilli Frites.
Seasoned with turmeric, chilli and Indian spices complete with sprinkled sesame seeds
£5.50 with 50p donated to charity
Order both for £15 – £1 will be donated to the charity
Available in all restaurants from Friday 4th January
Born in Calcutta, Asma moved to the UK over 20 years ago. Following a successful five-year stint hosting supper clubs, Asma opened her first restaurant, Darjeeling Express, in Soho last year.
The restaurant’s kitchen is staffed exclusivelyby women who Asma calls her ‘tribe’.
After a successful cook book launch for “Asma’s Indian Kitchen”, this is Asma’s first collaboration, will coincide with her appearance on the hit Netflix series, Chef’s Table, which will explore Asma’s journey through food and identity in both
London and her native India. Asma will be the first British chef to appear on the show.
Recent accolades, including Asma being crowned the Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the Asian Restaurant Awards 2018 and Entrepreneur of the Year in the Asian Women of the Year Awards makes Asma a force to be reckoned with on the London food scene.
The Lotus Flower is a non-profit which provides safe, supportive environments for women and girl survivors of the atrocities committed by ISIS in 2014. With two women’s centres already established in Rwanga province and Domiz 2.
They are now in the process of opening a third centre in Essyan. To date, they have supported more than 3000 survivors who have suffered unimaginable ordeals – including rape, trafficking, slavery and forced marriage.