Flyover Fritterie and Chai Bar has switched out it’s laneway Sydney CBD address for a new venue in Redfern.
The new location comes with an expanded offering avaliable for both takeaway and dine-in.
“We’re thrilled about our new, expanded menu,” says Owner Gunjan Aylawadi.
“We offer an array of exciting combinations of street food and regional dishes that challenge the Australian palate for Indian food and show how diverse and intensely colourful Indian food is.
“Flyover Fritterie’s dishes are defined by their ‘bright’ flavours and textures — all served in an eatery with a casual vibe, where customers can eat a few times a week, rather than just occasionally.”
The predominantly vegan and vegetarian menu includes signatures such as seasonal fritters/pakora, homemade chutneys, freshly brewed chai and khichri bowls containing rice and lentils.
Jaffle toasties are also on offer with the filling options covering dosa potato and peanut chutney as well as cauliflower Korma and tofu tikka.
Other highlights include salad combos like lemon cauliflower rice, bhelpuri paired with black chickpeas and corn with coconut and curry leaves.
For sweets, guests can also expect sea salt besan laddoo (traditional North Indian sweet balls) and a vegan rose cardamon kheer (pudding).
Specially brewed chai comes in fresh ginger and cardamom, lemongrass, and chocolate flavours.
Flyover Fritterie & Chai Bar is open 6 days a week, Tuesday to Sunday.