Take a look at the menu from 4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford. Discover dishes, see prices and get excited for your visit!
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The Pakora served at 4500 miles from Delhi are the real McCoy. Crisp nuggets of onions, vegetables and spices delicately coated in batter and deep fried. Best eaten when smothered in the accompanying side sauces.
Tikka of chicken marinated with yoghurt, cream and cheese, skewered and chargrilled.
Lamb picatta culled from the fillet, flavoured with shahi jeera, then cooked on a griddle plate, resulting in a very succulent kebab.
Chicken pieces seared and slow cooked in smooth creamy gravy prepared with Hyderabad’s special spice mix.
Generally mushrooms don’t spring to mind when people are thinking of great curry. In this beautiful lamb dish mushrooms are fried with peppers and onion to create the base of a rich thick sauce. The lamb itself comes freshly grilled from the tandoor – and has that perfect barbecue flavour.
Creamed spinach and homemade Indian cottage cheese cooked with cumin seeds and garlic.
From the street-side eateries of Punjab, a dish of chicken tikka simmered in a satin smooth tomato gravy with a redolent kasoori methi.
Slow cooked lamb shanks cooked with mild smooth nutty gravy.
King prawns marinated in tantlising kolapuri spices and cooked with onions garlic and roasted red chillies.
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