The first thing you need to do when you sit down at Kricket is order the Keralan fried chicken. The second is to order a cocktail. This modern Indian spot is in the old Television Centre at White City, and serves small plates, the odd larger dish, and some creative cocktails. This is a great spot when you’re heading out with a big group of friends for a catch up that requires several solid hours of eating and drinking, or with several colleagues, including two vegetarians, and someone who insists on only drinking IPA. Kricket has something that’ll please everyone. Just make sure you get a round of that fried chicken in so you’re pleased too.
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