Cafe Spice Namaste

Parsi food at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5

Dhansak takes off at Heathrow!

He’s the Bombay boy who’s cooked his way into British hearts with his innovative twists to authentic Indian cuisine. Cyrus Todiwala, who graduated from Mumbai’s BK Somani Polytechnic and trained as a chef with the Taj group, has for over a decade so excited the palates of even the curry savvy British that they felt obliged to award him an OBE last year.

His Café Spice Namaste – which he set up 15 years ago with his wife Pervin – is a London landmark and counted amongst the top 100 restaurants of the city. The latest on aapro Cyrus is that he’s been invited to set up a kitchen – it’s even called Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen – at terminal five of Heathrow airport, which is a great idea considering it’s a transit point for almost every Europebound Indian.

Some of the irresistible organic offerings on the menu prepared will be his potato and egg delicacy papeeta puridu, the signature dhansak and his devilishly spicy vindaloo with British pork. It’s all landing at Heathrow next month. 

Cyrus Todiwala Jardalu Murghi Recipe

7 thoughts on “Parsi food at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5

  1. Very happy to hear that you have opened a resturant at Heathrow.also the one been conferred to you. Are you on WhatsApp if so send me your cell no and add.mine into yours.+919848425393.its a good way to share msgs.bye cy and congrats. Burjor fracis.cel.+919848425393.

  2. ParsI food keep it up. Many many success in your life
    Hip hip hurae. Parsing number name roSan karoo

  3. Hi.Cyluuu.V.V.Proud of You.Keep climbing the ladder & make the Community Proud.Good Luck.God Bless.Regards.Arnavaz.(Ex.Bom.Taj.Room Service).


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