London’s Orange Street is home to London’s very first branch of the internationally renowned Salt’n Pepper chain of restaurants. Straight out of Pakistan, Salt’n Pepper are set to provide Londoners with their famous grills, barbecues, fresh seafood dishes, cocktails and curries seven days a week. South Asian fusion feasts are the order of the day at Salt’n Pepper’s bright and spacious London headquarters, ideally located behind the National Gallery between Leicester and Trafalgar Squares.
Salt’n Pepper’s Orange Street location is something of an oasis, plumb between
London’s busy Leicester and Trafalgar Squares and tucked neatly behind the
National Gallery. This light and airy, modern diner features a broad sundeck for
when the English weather decides to be a little less London and a little more
Lahore – it’s an ideal spot to enjoy a glass of wine, beer, Champagne or a signature
Salt’n Pepper cocktail before or after your meal. As for the menus, Salt’n Pepper
have crafted dishes that epitomise the best of pan-Asian fusion cuisine – tantalise
your tastebuds with a selection spread across Salt’n Pepper’s 1-, 2-, or 3-course
lunch menus, or the a la carte lunch and dinner menus. Being right in the midst of
London’s West End, there’s even a special theatre menu for you to play with.
Salt’n Pepper’s legacy began right in the heartland of the cuisines Salt’n Pepper specialise in, when Pakistani dining pioneer Mahmood Akbar opened his first restaurant in Lahore. From there, Salt’n Pepper has grown, through from their innovative village restaurants concept – replicating the food bazaars of Pakistan in a fine dining context – to their London flagship. Diners at Salt’n Pepper’s Orange Street premises are treated to pan-Asian fusion cuisine with a distinct Pakistani emphasis – succulent barbecued vegetables and meats, aromatic curries and Pakistani breads tenderly rub shoulders with dishes that embody the cuisines of India, Afghanistan, Iran, and further afield.