The food landscape in Wealdstone just got a brand new addition with the grand opening of Rainbow Indian Street Food, a brand shop that promises to tantalise taste buds with its tasty offerings.
The shop, located at 54 High Street, welcomed customers for the first time with a launch event attended by Gareth Thomas, Labour MP for Harrow, and Cllr Krishna Suresh, further adding to the celebratory atmosphere.
Rainbow Indian Street Food aims to bring the vibrant flavours and rich traditions of Indian street food to the local community.
With a prime location in the heart of Wealdstone, residents and customers in the shop now have another option when setting out to lunch in the area, and let’s face it – there’s plenty of options out there!
Gareth Thomas, who has long been a passionate advocate for his constituency, expressed his enthusiasm for the new establishment. He highlighted the shop’s food, praising the “gorgeous samosas” that Rainbow Indian Street Food has to offer in a post on his Instagram account.
Among the food options available are Punjabi Samosa, Spring Rolls, Kachori, and an array of other street food and snacks that showcase the diverse flavours of India. For those seeking something more substantial, the shop also serves a variety of Indian kebabs, satisfying even the heartiest appetites.
To complete the culinary journey, Rainbow Indian Street Food offers a selection of delectable Indian sweets, adding a touch of sweetness to the experience.
Harrow Online had the opportunity to step inside the newly opened establishment, and the interior certainly lived up to the anticipation, we think you’ll like it!.
For those wanting to check it out, head down to 54 High Street, Wealdstone, and you’ll find Rainbow Indian Street Food. The team looks forward to sharing its passion for Indian street food with the community and invites everyone to come and savour the authentic flavours on offer.