the menu presents an exciting combination of flavours and offerings:
settle down to the thali - a complete nutritionally-balanced meal - with vegetables from western and northern india
try the grazing dishes from the way side street stalls of bombay, delhi, and lucknow - simple tasty, informal
eat light with our indian grills
have light lunch with a touch of spice, including chicken tikka wraps
or play safe with a range of individually slow-cooked curry and rice plates from across india.
the prices are very affordable - you can eat from £11 –£16 per head - even less at lunch
we uniquely employ traditional indian dessert specialists to create the seductive flavours of real indian desserts. these feature homemade kulfis (indian ice cream), rasmalai (milk patties in a creamy milk sauce with saffron), falooda (a fun indian sundae) and various sorbets and ice creams.
our selection of indian grills are perfect for those who want to eat completely light with light spice. these include chicken tikka, grilled prawns, grilled lamb chops, and a mixed gril
crunchy salad with chutney and peanuts
puffed hollow biscuits filled with chick peas mash and splashed with yoghurt and chutneys
spiced mash cake with yoghurt and chutney
tangy chickpea curry, lotus root with hunks of toasted bread - famous sindhi dish
our veg street food dishes start from £3.95
which is equal to a two course meal comprises a canapé, papadum and chutney, a choice of curry (vegetable, chicken, lamb, mutton or prawn) from the curry section, two vegetables (one green and one root), dal (lentil), raita (yoghurt), salad, freshly-made whole wheat chapati (indian bread) & rice. the grand thali menu changes daily for all items except for the curries. prices range from £10.95 to £11.85
comprises papadum and chutney, a choice of curry (vegetable, chicken, lamb, mutton or prawn) from the curry section, two vegetables (one green and one root), dal (lentil), rice. prices range from £8.70 to £9.60
indian classics feature here, such as butter chicken, prawn malai (gently flavoured with coconut) dhaaba roghan josh (intensely flavoured lamb curry), and undhiyo - the celebratory gujarati vegetarian dish.