This section is based on the famous street food of the sub continent of India and can be served as a main meal by creating your own platter
An exclusive style of cooking where chicken or meat is grilled then stir fried in a special tawa (metal plate) with onions, peppers, sliced green chillies and sliced ginger.
Chicken, lamb or king prawns (Contains: Crustacean) marinated in yoghurt (Contains: Milk), herbs and spices. Gently cooked in a clay oven (tandoor) with coriander, green chillies, onions and cream (Contains: Milk).
In the Sub continent when there is a special event or for entertaining special guests, home made makhan butter (Contains: Milk) is used to cook the food. Cooking in butter (Contains: Milk) not only enhances the taste but is also considered to be a very caring gesture. Chicken, lamb or king prawns (Contains: Crustacean) cooked with onions, tomatoes, sultanas, pineapple, fresh cream (Contains: Milk), butter (Contains: Milk) and a selection of mild spices.
Kashmiri Regional Dishes
In Kashmir, the tradition is to use more vegetables with meats to make it healthier.
Rogan Josh is undoubtedly considered the most emblematic versionof all Kashmiri curry dishes. This dish is highly spiced with herbs, sliced julienne cut ginger,yoghurt (Contains: Milk), fresh coriander,green chillies and peppers. Garnished with fried tomatoes and onions.
Punjabi Regional Dishes
Pukhtoon Regional Dishes (Balti)
Balti dishes are specially cooked with fresh garlic, julienne cut ginger, tomatoes, green chillies and coriander. Brought to you by the Aagrah from the riches of Peshawar
Basmati rice with a choice of king prawn, prawn, meat or chicken with mixed vegetables. Flavoured with biryani masalas. Served with a mixed vegetable curry sauce.