Abdul Yaseen expands his Barbers Bazaar Indian food delivery brand with second London site

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Abdul Yaseen expands Barbers Bazaar Indian food delivery brand with second London site in Kentish Town

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Chef Abdul Yaseen has expanded the presence of his Barbers Bazaar Indian food delivery brand in the capital with the opening of a second delivery kitchen in Kentish Town.

The new site joins the debut Barbers Bazaar, which opened in Crouch End in 2020 and which is inspired by the families of barbers working in old food markets in old Pakistan and India before the partition

Serving what is described as ‘heart-warming Indian favourites’ dishes from Crouch End coming to Kentish Town include lamb saag bhuna masala; and Barbers 24hr-marinated devil tandoori wings as well as Bengali chingri prawns; paneer aur subz methi korma; and tark daal. The menu also includes three Indian burgers made with cumin scented and fermented yeast bun filled with a choice of masala potato fritters, chicken tikka or Barber’s pulled and smoked chilli beef.

Other menu items include desserts such as caramelised milk pudding gulab jamun and ras malai kesri - poached cheese dumplings.

Yaseen was one of the founding team behind London restaurant The Cinnamon Club before opening Darbaar in the City in 2015.

Order for Barbers Bazaar are being taken through the restaurant’s website​ as well as directly through UberEats, Deliveroo and Just Eat for delivery within a 2-mile radius of Kentish Town.

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