30th January 2019
Vegan curry concept SpiceBox has opened its debut permanent site, in Walthamstow, east London. Following a successful run on the street food circuit with Kerb, SpiceBox has launched a curry house in Hoe Street.
The menu is modern Indian with a nod to the “iconic British curry house,” featuring plant-based versions of classic dishes. The menu’s Street Bites section includes a loaded onion bhaji with pickled onions, green chilli and chutney; and puffed puris filled with chickpeas. Main dishes include SpiceBox’s signature jackfruit jalfrezi, while the savoury menu features a range of bread and rice alongside naan, paratha, roti and papadum served with mango chutney and seasonal homemade pickles. Desserts include a dosa waffle topped with chai-spiced grilled banana, chocolate sauce and toasted coconut flakes, while the drinks list features Cobra lager and an IPA from Walthamstow’s 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 last year.