Celebrity chef Tony Singh brings his Radge Chaat to the Bonnie and Wild premium Food Hall.
He has cooked for queens and maharajas and presidents... but now celebrity chef Tony Singh is bringing his popular dishes to the Bonnie and Wild Food Hall.
The Radge Chaat was born over lockdown where amid the pessimism of the time the chef decided to bring a taste of Indian food and a little bit of joy to the people of Edinburgh. After the success of the pop-up, he decided to take the next step and open a city center venue.
Chaat is a savoury snack that originated in India, they are unique and are full of punch flavours. The crunchy snacks come in a range of flavours and can be“sweet, sour, spicy and tangy.” The range of flavours is what makes this such a lucrative business.
"Everything is vegetarian and there will be vegan and gluten-free options too, so no-one has to miss out.”
The well-known chef added: “I’ll be using the finest spices and freshest ingredients, and cooking everything right in front of guests. I’m really excited about showing off this amazing food in this amazing venue.”
Radge Chaat joins a string of leading chefs and F&B businesses at Bonnie & Wild, including National Chef of Scotland Gary Maclean’s seafood restaurant Creel Caught, BBC chef Jimmy Lee’s Salt & Chilli Oriental, El Perro Negro, east PIZZAS, artisanal gelateria Joelato, and the boutique bottle-shop run by the leading drinks wholesaler, Inverarity Morton.
Ryan Barrie the Operations Manager at Bonnie and Wild seems incredibly excited about the addition to the food hall. "Their quality banter and characters are matched by their exceptional cooking"
They are focused on promoting Scottish food and drink, and bring another example of the range and diversity of cooking and ingredients available in Edinburgh.