Ten-Second Takeaway

Almost a century-old eatery in Crawford Market, Radio Restaurant serves vintage recipes like murgh taliban that will make you want to come back for more.

Old Is Gold


Built at some point in the 1920s, nestled behind the clothing stalls in Crawford Market is a hidden gem that you will be glad you have been notified about. Named Radio Restaurant, this small, dingy aand kind of worn-out eatery serves food in extremely pocket-friendly prices and made with age-old recipes.

When there, you must try their murgh taliban {actually go there for this}. The recipe is a secret, but it’s literally heaven on earth to say the least. They have many other preparations for meat lovers and the quality, quantity and the prices of the food will all leave you appalled.

So, We’re Saying…


Don’t you love these hidden gems? We’re all about experimenting and tasting food from the kitchens long forgotten, and if you’re one of them too, then see you there!

#LBBTip: It’s always better to take a cab and not worry about the parking given the area and the crowd.

Photos: Aman Deshmukh/LBB