The Kati Roll Company" which intrigued me with it's old-fashioned, faux-serious Indian vibe. This is continued inside (just check out the Matrix poster in the photo - love it) and on their website and all adds to what is a really cool place. They have branches in both London and New York - and they claim that the kati roll craze has taken over the latter city. I can see why - these things are super tasty and a perfect lunch-time option. Basically the kati rolls are wraps made of warm paratha bread around various combos of meat, egg, vegetables and cheese. I had the Shami Kabab roll which contained spicy, herby, wonderful minced lamb. You can order one for £3.75 or two for £7 and after I had got back to my desk and scoffed my single I really wished I'd gone the double option (not that I wasn't full - it was just SO good). I can't wait to go back and try the other varieties - especially the Unda (egg) rolls - the Unda Shami (egg and lamb) sounds amazing.