Asma Khan started cooking at a supper club in Wood Green before gaining one of the much-lauded Sun & 13 Cantons pop-up slots. Now, with her first restaurant, Darjeeling Express in Soho, she’s filled her Indian street food kitchen with all-female chefs. And the twist is that not a single one of them is professionally trained – Asma claims that they learnt their skills from their grandmothers. And there are no small plates here – this is hearty Indian food at its best: the simple menu of prawn Malaikari, slow-cooked goat curry and aubergine cooked with ground coconut and sesame seeds is all top notch. For their launch party, the ladies fed 300 vulnerable local people and a percentage of proceeds goes to Second Daughters – a charity celebrating and educating the often-mourned birth of girls in India.