The Kati Roll Company (TKRC) – From Kolkata to London Liverpool Street

The Kati Roll Company (TKRC) introduces the flavours of Kolkata, India, to London’s Liverpool Street, serving authentic kati rolls and other traditional treats in the perfect location for city workers, tourists, and foodies to grab a made-to-order delight. Following the success of its central London location in Soho, which opened in 2008, the US-born brand has officially opened its second site just a few minutes from the bustling Liverpool Street station, nestled between the Spitalfields Market area and Bishopsgate inner roads.

Credited with introducing Indian kati rolls to American diners, The Kati Roll Company is the brainchild of Payal Saha, who started the brand as an immigrant in New York, craving the flavours of home. With no restaurant knowledge, she impressively curated her vision and The Kati Roll Company is now a staple amongst Manhattan restaurants adding authentic Kolkata flavours from lunch to late nights.

Indian food lovers and Bollywood fans alike will find themselves transported to a little part of Kolkata, India with classic Bollywood film murals on the walls and a mouthwatering menu of authentic kati rolls.
Kati rolls (“kati” literally meaning skewer), a popular street food found in Kolkata, are made of fully-halal skewer-grilled ingredients, stuffed in a buttery paratha flatbread, and topped with chutneys and spices.