Following the success at Trinity Kitchen, Leeds, Rola Wala is to open on 26 July into Spitalfields’ Brushfield Street, in London's E1, with a third site to open in Westgate, Oxford, in October.
Serving up healthy do-it-yourself Indian food, each main dish consists of at least 43 ingredients which is served up with sourdough naan or seasonal grain bowls.
There is also be low-carb versions, as well as totally gluten-free options, plus dishes to suit vegetarians and vegans too.
Diners can pick a base, like naan, rice, masala noodles or charred broccoli, then can choose from a variety of fillings and chutneys, such as ike Nagaland Lamb (slow roasted lamb with Naga chilli), Red Dal (beetroot, coconut and channa dal with a nine-spice masala), and Keralan Black Chickpea (‘kala chana’ chickpeas, coconut, sweet potato, pineapple & spices)
For beverages, Rola Wala serves up Mango, Lime and Turmeric sodas made in Hackney’s Square Root, as well as craft beers and wines.
Rola Wala partners with One Feeds Two, meaning for every naan roll sold, a school meal is provided to a child living in poverty.