Baba G’s Million Pound Menu Pop-up comes to Cabana!!

If you’re a fan of Million Pound Menu and caught episode 2, you might remember Baba G’s. This Indian fusion street food concept was described by judge & celebrity chef Atul Kochhar as ‘Burger, Bollywood, Boisterous, Big!’. He also said ‘British Indian Mark 2 is here and Baba G’s is it!’ High praise indeed!

The Bhangra Burgers (which include the spicy Naga Delhi Double, Paneer Cheese, Cheeky Chicken Tikka and Crazy Lamb Jalfrezi) also went down a treat with other judge and expert restaurateur Jamie Barber. And so it was that Liz and Alec the creators and owners secured funding for a pop-up, sit down restaurant that’s arriving in London this month.

For only £30 guests will treat their taste buds to an explosion of bold, bright and brilliant flavours, in a multi-course set menu that shows off all the Baba G’s greats as well as some dishes tweaked and refined with the help of the man himself, Atul Kochhar. Alongside the much loved Bhangra Burgers (choose from Signature Lamb Jalfrezi, Chicken Tikka, or Saag Paneer) plus the pachos (Indian nachos) AND chicken tikka nuggets, there will be spiced okra frites, Spiralised celeriac bhaji and Keralan salad. You can also go fully veggie if you want. Basically, a massive feast!!

Taking place at Cabana in Central St Giles, the popup will be happening on Sundays 10th and 17th February. There are two lunch sittings and two dinner sittings each Sunday. All you need to do is grab your ticket, make sure you bring your appetite and arrive ready to party Baba G’s style. That’s what they’re all about!

Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite here:

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