Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
‘Wala’ is an Indian term used to describe a merchant of the finest produce; need we say more?
In keeping with its delectable plates, the restaurant has earnt its place in Soho Courthouse hotel, a five-star establishment in Mayfair. The interior may surprise you with its informal, almost bistro feel. Mismatching purple chairs and hanging birdcages make this a bright and friendly spot.
The food menu takes the very best of Indian street food and adds that something special, as well as some unconventional ingredients. It’s not every day that you can say you’ve eaten crispy lotus root or yuzu infused stone bass! Even the classics are given star treatment, with clay ovens ensuring they pack the right punch.
The drinks menu is perhaps longer than its foodie counterpart. With a concise selection of wines, champagne and beers, emphasis is placed on the various gins, brandies and whiskies on offer. Question is, which one will whisk-y you away?
Niamh Heffernan - dined at Soho Wala on 19 May 2019
Alex Wilson - dined at Soho Wala on 18 May 2019
Jimmy Kwok - dined at Soho Wala on 12 April 2019
Laura Aramayo - dined at Soho Wala on 5 April 2019
Nathalie Tyler - dined at Soho Wala on 8 March 2019
Tom Russell - dined at Soho Wala on 1 March 2019
Kirsten McCutcheon - dined at Soho Wala on 18 February 2019
Dimple Ratanji - dined at Soho Wala on 16 February 2019
Lana Donnelly - dined at Soho Wala on 12 February 2019
Kate Blackburne - dined at Soho Wala on 11 February 2019
Helen Bhandari - dined at Soho Wala on 31 January 2019
Alessandra Teixeira - dined at Soho Wala on 15 December 2018