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50 Frith St · interesting places nearby
Started by a duo of Indian friends who’d had enough of the city life, Mooli’s is a breath of fresh air in the quick-bite world (not least because it was partly funded through late-night poker sessions). A cheerful little eatery, it serves fresh, homemade rotis (Indian soft bread) with delicious filling (meat as well as paneer and chickpeas, all prepared with their own sauce and seasoning). There are also homemade chutneys, real lemonade, homemade mango lassis and a nice selection of bottled beers.