Review: Kitchen sinks and dirty shakes at Leicester restaurant Rickshaw Rick’s

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Rickshaw Rick’s neon pink sign says:”I wouldn’t prefer to remember and wish I´d eaten it”, which is my saying. Checking the cuisines in Leicester, you offer into allurement and let it all out, and that’s what we did to check if it´s true.

The venue is Simran and Shireen Dhaliwal´s( siblings) who two years ago opened their first eatery, in Stevenage. The expansion of Leicester’s eatery has worldwide solace and a beautiful feel as planned by Shireen. There´s a lounge near the bar, with a varied blend of tables and seats in addition to hip rope lights dangling from the roof and a huge eating region with wooden tables and metal seats. There’s an Indian vibe with duplicates of Indian blurbs and road scenes. There’s a Japanese theme behind with a wonderful show of red umbrellas suspending.

The food has impacts from around the globe. Sharing is a principle of nourishment and drink menus! The menu incorporates a sushi and mezze platter, singed chicken and cheddar fondue box, chip shop angle box, and kitchen sinks loaded with either nachos or mushy rainbow fries. I’d decided that a kitchen sink was compulsory with nacho filling and Mo Mos – one with paneer Manchurian and one with bean stew garlic sheep. Simon attempted the handcrafted bean stew sauce, which I didn’t try since it had too much pepper.

The kitchen sink indeed was an incredible sight – a gleaming scaled down sink flooding with fresh nachos, finished with – sit tight for it – dark bean stew, jack cheddar, harsh cream, guacamole, jalapenos and salsa.

We chose the Thai chicken burgers with broccoli and mushroom brown rice. We both truly appreciated the delightful rich rice with bits of courgette, carrot, and beetroot in addition to broccoli and mushrooms. However, we felt the burgers were excessively salty.

They have an extraordinary determination of pizzas, which incorporates the Shake Your Moroccan, with Moroccan pulled pork, nachos, guacamole, salsa, sour cream and dark bean stew, and the Balle, which we attempted after a suggestion from chief Bobby.

Different sweets incorporate natively constructed cakes, super desserts for up to two individuals, and even a kitchen sink treat for up to six individuals.

The drinks are an array of beautiful mixed beverages (some of which are shared) and mocktails from the Co-proprietor Simran who has been a barkeeper in London. The drinks include Roman Holiday (strawberry-injected Aperol, Prosecco and pop) Mayan Mule (Pisco, avocado, cacao, lime and squeezed apple) and RIP Fidel (pineapple-mixed dull rum, orgeat, sugar-coated mango and Angostura) which I picked and was delighted in the sweet taste; explaining why it’s been the most well known mixed drink up until now. The menus are on postcards, showing the sublime tender loving care here.

The verdict is that it´s a great place to enjoy, with welcoming staff. You have a quick snack due to its affordable prices given we spent under £60.

They´re open from 11.30am-11 pm (Monday-Saturday) and 11.30am- 9.30pm(Sunday).

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