The Thali varies by the region of India
The Guajarati Thali has Farsan (Guajarati vegetarian canapes), vegetables, Dal, Chapati, rice, salad & pickles. In the south the emphasis is on rice specialities & vegetables. The Thali we serve combine the Guajarati and North Indian Thalis.
Rooted in Indian life
The Thali is the product of several key age-old aspects of Indian life:
- The importance of nutritionally balanced meals
- An interest in a variety of flavours and textures
- The need for portion control to avoid overeating and ensure nutritional balance
- An aversion to sharing food from communal serving dishes.
The Grand Thali
It is equal to a starter and main course combined. It comprises a Canapé, a choice of curry, 2 vegetables (one green and one root), Dal (lentil), Raita (yoghurt), Indian salad, Papadum & Chutney, freshly-made whole wheat Chapatti (Indian bread) & Rice. The Grand Thali menu changes daily for all items except for the curries. Prices average £17.50 based on location
The Regular Thali
It does not have the Canape, Raita, Kachumber. Customers also need to choose between Chapatti & Rice. Prices average £14.75 based on location