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Inito to open second restaurant in Shoreditch this month

10 October 2017 by
Inito to open second restaurant in Shoreditch this month

Urban Indian restaurant Inito is to open its second London site this month on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch.

Focusing on what Inito calls "good mood food" the menu resembles classic Indian dishes but made lighter and healthier. It aims to create modern Indian food that can be enjoyed every day.

The menu includes curries; kati rolls; roti and naan wraps; biryani pots; tandoori sizzlers and sides such as samosas; dal; chaat and paratha.

Desserts come in the form of sweet naan breads - banana, cinnamon and Nutella or strawberry, chilli and Nutella - ice-creams and sorbets.

The Inito website states: "We believe everyone should enjoy the true taste of healthier Indian food no matter what time of day it is or how busy you are. All our dishes are made fresh on site, using the highest quality ingredients."

It also offers catering for offices and events.

Inito Shoreditch will be open Monday to Saturday 11.00am - 10.00pm.

Check out our video of the install of our window at - Have you signed up to win a free roti when we open? https://t.co/ZdEuEPuUTrpic.twitter.com/VX8Yw7r9p1

— Inito (@inito_uk)

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