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Secret Samosa Club are back with bangers 'n mash samosas 

Earlier this year, Canadian Rick Matharu's Secret Samosa Club popped up in Borough with their cheeseburger samosa and now he's back with another new creation for their latest pop-up (and for a much longer run) in Dalston. And yes, he's converted the British institution bangers 'n mash into a samosa.

But the bangers aren't the only samosas that are on offer. Also on offer (as well as a "secret samosa) are:

  • Butter chicken - Chicken thighs marinated, hand shredded, and tossed in a rich and creamy tomato sauce with fresh cilantro.
  • Jerk Chicken - A smokey and deep Jamaican Jerk Chicken, hand shredded, with a touch of heat.
  • Pubjabi cheeseburger - Minced beef marinated with Punjabi spices, mixed with sharp cheddar cheese & a touch of fresh red onions.
  • Cheesy bean burrito - Mexican infused basmati rice with lemon, cilantro and mexican chili, rajma (kidney beans), salsa and a lot of cheese
  • Dosa - Recreating the famous stuffing inside of a dosa, potatoes with whole mustard seeds and curry leaves

And new this time around are "naanwiches" - which will include:

  • TBOLT’ – Tandoori Bacon, onion, lettuce, tomato
  • Shahi Paneer Naanwich – creamy paneer with salad bits, achari mayo and sambal oelek
  • Creamy Curry Chicken Naanwich – Creamy curry chicken, topped with cheese, pickled red onion and cilantro

So if you fancy all that - get down to Dalston while he's in town 

 

More about Secret Samosa Club

Where is it? The Tuk Tuk bar, 12-14 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DA

When? 10 May, for three months

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @secretsamosaclub.

 

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