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Menuwatch: Kahani

06 November 2019 by
Menuwatch: Kahani

With the Chelsea restaurant celebrating its first birthday, Emma Lake has a taste of Peter Joseph’s fresh twist on Indian cuisine

Peter Joseph opened Kahani just over a year ago with the aim of getting people together to share food and stories. The move from Mayfair to Chelsea has seen the former head chef of Michelin-starred Tamarind lighten traditional dishes to suit his new clientele.

He explains: “Indian food is known for being highly greasy, saucy food, so I was very careful when we opened Kahani in Chelsea. People [here] are much more health-focused, so 70% of the menu comes from the robata [grill] or the tandoor [oven, heated using a light charcoal].

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