Yau is well-versed in the art of taking an unfamiliar cuisine and making it a culinary staple. In 1992, he opened Wagamama and ushered in an era of branded noodle bars and an insatiable appetite for ramen. He’s brought Thai cuisine and dim sum into the mainstream too.
The latest restaurant’s name comes from the delicious signature dish, pide, which are pizza-like flatbreads topped with minced lamb or spinach with feta. Other dishes to try are stuffed Manti, or dumplings, and fresh figs filled with chesnut purée and coated in almonds. Providing Soho with something a little different to the ubiquitous Pan-Asian and Italian joints, we suggest you book a table and get ready for the culinary revolution.
|Where||Babaji Pide, 53 Shaftesbury Avenue, London , W1D 6LB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Tottenham Court Road (underground)|
28 Jan 15 – 31 May 16, 5:00 PM – 12:00 AM
|Price||£4-7 for mezze plates|
|Website||Click here to go to Babaji Pide's website|