Singh joins Bonnie & Wild


CHEF Tony Singh has become the latest name to take up residence in the Bonnie & Wild Scottish Marketplace in Edinburgh.

Singh’s Radge Chaat Indian food stall, which he launched last year with brother Lucky, has now relocated to the Bonnie & Wild food hall at the St James Quarter development. It was originally operated as a pop-up in the west end of the city.

At Bonnie & Wild, Radge Chaat will offer Indian dishes including samosa chaat, pakora chaat and chana chaat as well as monthly specials.

Singh said: “I launched Radge Chaat in 2021 because I wanted to bring high quality, authentic Indian street food to Edinburgh.

“Amid the pessimism of lockdown, especially for hospitality, I wanted to give people accessible, colourful and soul-lifting Indian food.

“After the success of our pop-up, I wanted to take the next step and open a city centre venue. I’m really excited to be joining Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace. There’re already some great chefs involved and I’m delighted to now be part of this community.”

Radge Chaat will join other Bonnie & Wild tenants that include The Gannet, Salt & Chilli Oriental, El Perro Negro and Creel Caught.

Singh has also recently introduced a range of craft beers in conjunction with brewer Fierce Beer.

The beers, designed to complement Indian food, include a lager infused with cardamom and a citrus pale ale infused with lemon zest and coriander seed.