Chai Street brings the best of Indian city food to Cardiff for a taste experience on the go. Authentic and delicious street snacks and main courses brought to you by the team behind the multi award-winning Mint and Mustard.
Mon: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Tues-Sun: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Just pop in – we’re ready when you are!
We don't take reservations - Chai St street food is stylish but casual! So just pop in any time and we'll be happy to serve you!
Grab a bite
A tasty savoury bread snack stuffed with chutneys, potatoes and green peas. Battered and deep-fried.£3.75
Good For Kids
Kids chicken 65 & fries
Diced chicken marinated in Southern Indian spices and deep fried, with a side order of fries.£3.25
- Jun 20, 2016
The streetfood of India has a history almost as rich and diverse as the country itself. In Streetfood Stories we reveal the tales behind some of our popular dishes.
Of all the varied streetfoods of India, the Thali is probably the best known – especially in the West, where it is the dish most of the backpackers who began visiting India in the 60s most fondly remember eating at some roadside cafe.
Its not hard to see why – it’s a dish that is served from the snowy mountains of the north right down to the palm-fringed southern coast, and probably the most common style of dining in India.