Gunpowder - dish
The Facts
NAME: Gunpowder
IT'S: An Indian restaurant in Tower

15-08-2018

OPENED: August 15th, 2018
SOFT LAUNCH: August 15-September 1, with 50% off food for walk-ins
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Harneet and Devina Baweja
DID YOU KNOW: The new space aims to feature same atmosphere and feel of the original Spitalfields restaurant
LOCATION: Tower Bridge
ADDRESS: 4 Duchess Walk, SE1 2SD
Travel To: London Bridge
OPENING TIMES: Monday – Saturday 11:30am-10:30pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: Yes

Gunpowder

OPENED 126 DAYS AGO

Indian restaurant Gunpowder opens a second restaurant at Tower Bridge.

The Spitalfields restaurant made a name for itself with home-style Indian fare. Now, you can enjoy both all their comforting classics alongside new additions at One Tower Bridge, the up-and-coming dining area with hotspots such as By Chloe and Rosa’s Thai Café. 

Gunpowder - food spread

The Spot:

The only problem with Gunpowder in Spitalfields is the space: it’s tiny and consistently jam-packed with people (for good reason). Luckily, their new 60-seat restaurant in Tower Bridge is more spacious, allowing head chef Nirmal Save to create a brand new menu with small plates and bar snacks…

The Food:

The new additions include peanut masala chaat with chopped onions and chillies, Bengali fish fingers with crisps and kasundi tartar sauce, and Madras-style chicken lollipop – we have no idea what that is, but we’re intrigued. For brunch, Gunpowder cooks up family-style feasts such as beef ribs with masala potatoes and Aunty Sulu’s wild rabbit pulao – we also have no idea who Aunty Sulu is, but we like her already.

Of course, Gunpowder’s much-loved meals have made the move to Tower Bridge too, including pulled duck with homemade ootapham, mustard fish steamed in banana leaf, and a spicy venison and vermicelli doughnut. Yes, we’re facing a new problem here: choosing amongst all these tempting options.

Gunpowder - Indian dish

The Drinks:

Complementing your spicy Indian fare, Gunpowder serves cocktails such as “Pani Puri” margaritas, and bellinis.

The Damage:

Dishes vary between £4 and £15.

In a Nutshell:

One Tower Bridge is London’s latest riverside dining destination, so it’s only fitting the area welcomed a restaurant with Indian cuisine. Tower Bridge tasting crawl, anyone?

If you’re looking for other new restaurants in London, check out our interactive map with the city’s best new openings.

Featured image: Gunpowder 

The Facts
NAME: Gunpowder
IT'S: An Indian restaurant in Tower

15-08-2018

OPENED: August 15th, 2018
SOFT LAUNCH: August 15-September 1, with 50% off food for walk-ins
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Harneet and Devina Baweja
DID YOU KNOW: The new space aims to feature same atmosphere and feel of the original Spitalfields restaurant
LOCATION: Tower Bridge
ADDRESS: 4 Duchess Walk, SE1 2SD
Travel To: London Bridge
OPENING TIMES: Monday – Saturday 11:30am-10:30pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: Yes

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