George St Eats

There’s nothing like dinner and dancing. And when they come together in Liverpool’s Little India, you know you’re in for a treat.

We met up with Bindi Bosses a contemporary South Indian fusion arts company that incorporates dance, videography, henna art, costume design and much more. Shyamla and Sakshi were there to show us some of their favorite restaurants in the George Street strip.


First was Dosa Hut, which lined up perfectly with Shyamla’s South Indian heritage. Here we had the classic spicy entrée Chicken 65 and it’s veggie counterpart Paneer 65, chicken biryani with palak paneer and naan, and the star of the show – masala dosa, the crisp Indian savoury crepe filled with spicy mashed potato.


For a taste of North Indian food, Sakshi showed us Hemani, which showcases a gorgeous Indian sweet selection with Punjabi classics. To start we had the classic street food panipuri, then tandoori chicken with naan and a delicious potato and pea curry Aloo Matar. To finish, we had a creamy, coconutty vegetable korma.


And at both stops, we learned a new dance step. Dance, dinner, dance – that’s how they roll in George St Liverpool – Bindi Bosses-style.



Bindi Bosses

Dosa Hut, Liverpool

Hemani Mehmi, Liverpool