4th January 2019
Vegan curry concept SpiceBox is opening a permanent site, in Walthamstow, east London, following a successful trial on the street food circuit with Kerb. SpiceBox will open a curry house in Hoe Street on 29th January, featuring plant-based versions of typical British curry house dishes. The menu’s Street Bites section will include a loaded onion bhaji with pickled onions, green chilli and chutney; and puffed puris filled with chickpeas. Main dishes will include SpiceBox’s signature jackfruit jalfrezi, while the savoury menu will feature a range of bread and rice alongside naan, paratha, roti and papadum served with mango chutney and seasonal homemade pickles.
Desserts will include a dosa waffle topped with chai-spiced grilled banana, chocolate sauce and toasted coconut flakes, while the drinks list will feature Cobra lager and an IPA from Walthamstow’s own Wild Card Brewery.
SpiceBox founder Grace Regan opened a kiosk at Kerb Camden in October 2017 and a test kitchen at The Hornbeam pub in Walthamstow in September this year.