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East meets West, traditional Scottish haggis with our own blend of spices
The classic Indian street food, delicious savoury triangular fillings served with chickpeas (sweet and sour)
Chicken breast pieces
Served on a sizzler. A combination of popular starters made up of chicken, vegetable, mushroom pakoras, chicken chaat, onion bhaji and onion rings. A great way to sample a selection of starters
Chicken, lamb & prawns. A royal dish of moghul origin. Cooked with ginger, garlic, fenugreek and cumin seeds in a wok. Then basmati rice and mixes peppers come in at the next step, the two are combined as a stir fry topped with crispy fried onions. A medium curry sauce is provided separately which can be changed to your desired strengths.
Marinated in yoghurt with our own selection of spices, ground masalas and fresh herbs. Cooked evenly to perfection on skewers in a red hot clay oven known as a 'tandoor' then served in a bed of onions, on a sizzler. Served with basmati saffron rice. A medium curry sauce is provided separately which can be changed to your desired strength.
Grounded green chillies added to give this dish an extra bite
Bhuna is a particular style of Asian cooking where a sauce is reduced and reduced until it is so thick that it clings to the meat ready to melt in your mouth. Tomatoes and spring onions are added to give this dish classic feel
A pungent dish cooked by using mustard leaves and spinach with paneer (Indian cottage cheese). It is made by pureeing mustard leaves & Spinach, cooked & enhanced with blend of spices, paneer is added to give a good combination
Tofu pieces marinated in spices, cooked with garlic and ginger, then mushrooms, peppers and onions are added to absorb the flavours (cooked in a separate pan).
This is a delicious and nutritional lentil dish that can be served as a main course or side dish. Turka refers to "tempering" and Daal is "lentils” the tempering acts like a garnish and there is an enhanced flavour thanks to the ghee and fried onions adding richness and aroma to the dish.
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