Ritu Seasons of India, a new restaurant coming to St John’s Wood, has confirmed that it will open to the public on 7 August.
The restaurant, which is inspired by the “distinctive seasons of India”, was originally set to open in July, however the date was pushed back.
It will serve unique dishes, created specifically for this London venue, based on authentic dishes found in India.
All food aims to be of “exceptionally high quality” – with the site also not serving stereotypical Indian dishes served in the West such as Chicken Tikka Masala.
Guests can expect dishes such as Lotus Stem Chaat, Naga Chicken Skewers and Mumbai Classic Bread Rolls.
It will be run by Anubhav Srivastava – an “experienced” restaurateur, who is of Indian heritage but was raised in the UK.
Srivastava said: “Ritu is a project that has been in my mind for a very long time. With the Hospitality Industry about to burst back to life and the availability of this beautiful venue in St John’s Wood, now is the perfect time to turn this dream into a reality.”