As a well-established music festival favourite, Chapati Man has brought their spicy Indian wraps to the City of Londons’ premier pitches of Finsbury Avenue Square and Exchange Square, both based at Broadgate London.
The Chapati Man purpose-built trailer, manned by husband and wife team Chris and Andrea Rai, and emblazoned with their striking Indian elephant design, has become a festival landmark since 2007. With their product in major supermarkets too, the brand is proving its flexibility to operate in any market.
“We boomed the festivals and the retailers” jokes Chris “and now we’re booming the City. With such heritage-inspired authentic recipes and a solid track record to date it’s hard to see why not.”
Trading with StreetDots at Broadgate London, Chapati Man have joined a line up of traders that serve lunch to the city workers across Broadgate London, on a Monday to Friday basis.
Andrea said “StreetDots.co.uk have been great in facilitating us getting such prestigious pitches against stiff competition. We are doing a few lunchtimes a week but more sites are becoming available. The word must have spread because we are selling out and getting large take-away orders too”.
With favourites such as chicken saag and keema aloo; with vegetarian options like chana aloo, laced with crisp salads and cooling raitas, it seems there is no retail scenario that Chapati Man cannot adapt to.
“We boomed the festivals and the retailers” jokes Chris “and now we’re booming the City. With such heritage-inspired authentic recipes and a solid track record to date it’s hard to see why not.