Menu

STARTERS – For the Indian Palette

  • Chicken Kebab (A deep fried chicken with a dash of green chilly marinated overnight to bring out each flavour distinctively).
  • Tandoori Murgh (Chicken marinated in yoghurt & Indian spices, a delicacy of North Indian, grilled to perfection in a kiln oven).
  • Reshmi Kebab (A medium spicy chicken marinated with hints of cumin & coriander).
  • Afghani Kebab (Grilled Chicken lightly spiced with yoghurt & pepper).
  • Hariyali Kebab (Bold Indian flavours of mint & coriander combine to make this chicken melt in your mouth).
  • Tangdi Kebab (Succulent pieces of chicken leg marinated in our secret combination of spices, and grilled).
  • Sirkae Ka Gosht (Marinated overnight in vinegar in freshly ground pepper pan fried to suit your palate).
  • Barbeque Chicken/ Chicken Wings (A combination of selected Chinese sauces cooked with a sprinkling of spring onion).
  • Shami Kebab (Finely minced lamb mixed with ground spices, fried to a crisp on the outside and buttery soft on the inside).
  • Pepper Mutton (Succulent chunks of lamb marinated and cooked with fresh pepper that leaves your tongue tingling for more).
  • Pepper Brain Fry
  • Brain Pakodas (Lightly spiced with a crispy outer layer)
  • Mutton Cutlets (Minced lamb sautéed with Indian herbs, encased in mashed potatoes and fried).
  • Chicken Cutlets (Shredded chicken combine with cream & bread to give its distinct flavours).
  • Vegetable Cutlets
  • Chicken/Paneer/Beef Shashlik (Succulent pieces of boneless meat or paneer, alternated with capsicum & onion, skewered and pan fried with a dash of herbed tomato sauce).
  • Madina Roti (A puff pastry with a centre of minced lamb, topped with boiled egg deep fried to a crisp).
  • Kheema Nan (sautéed minced lamb folded into an Indian bread and pan fried)
  • Shikampur (Mutton Crumb chops).
  • Mutton Barrah Kebab
  • Hara Barrah Kebab (Vegetarian)

FROM THE COCKTAIL BAR

  • Warki Samosas (A unique preparation from the north western province of minced lamb/ vegetables in a puff pastry).
  • Cocktail Samosas (Minced lamb/chicken/paneer/potato sautéed in fine herbs, enclosed in a triangular pastry, and deep fried).
  • Kilonji Samosas (Boiled spiced potato, wrapped in a dough flavoured with Indian herbs & kilonji seeds).
  • Fish Fingers 
  • Chicken & Mayo Sandwiches
  • Coriander Chutney Sandwiches
  • Chicken Tarts (Bite sized tartlets filled with delicious mayonnaise and chicken).
  • Corn and Spinach Tarts (Bite sized tartlets filled with corn and spinach).
  • Mushroom Tarts (Bite sized tartlets filled with seasoned mushrooms)
  • Chilli Paneer
  • Paneer Tikka 
  • Spring Rolls (The all- time favourite Indian Chinese starter. Choose between veg and non-veg options).
  • Crispy fried babycorn (Batter fried strips of baby corn. A perfect add on to a cocktail evening).

GRAVIES

Chicken

  • Chicken Korma (A delicacy of the Muslim world. Try it to savour the flavour of our speciality cooks).
  • Pepper Chicken Masala (Golden brown onions and pepper combine to give this dish its unique flavour, seasoned with curry leaves and whole red chilli).
  • Malai Chicken (Our top- secret recipe. Try it and fall in love with this rich Mughlai dish).
  • Butter Chicken (A North Indian speciality with dollops of cream will leave you asking for more).
  • Chicken Chops (A yogurt based tandoori masala, spicy and mouth watering all at the same time).
  • Mughlai Chicken Curry (This all time delicacy needs no explanation).
  • Lamb Trotters/ Paya Soup 

Mutton

  • Mutton Korma (A delicacy of the Muslim world. Try it to savour the flavour of our speciality cooks).
  • Pepper Mutton Masala (Golden brown onions and pepper combine to give this dish its unique flavour, seasoned with curry leaves and whole red chilli).
  • Brain Masala
  • Green Masala Lamb Chops (flavours of mint and coriander sautéed over a low flame to make the lamb chops melt in your mouth).
  • Red Masala Lamb Chops (Lamb Chops cooked, tomato based gravy spiced with Indian herbs).
  • Rogan Gosht (Fried onions & tomato cooked over a low flame to bring out the real juices of your lamb curry, garnished with coriander).
  • Chattani Gosht (Tangy flavoured mutton cooked with the finest of Indian herbs. The bay leaf in all it’s glory adds to the unique taste of this dish).
  • Pandu Gosht (Red gravy flavoured with pureed tomato).
  • Karachi Chops (A tangy onion and tomato based gravy spiced with whole black pepper).

Vegetarian

  • Paneer Butter Masala (A North Indian speciality with dollops of cream will leave you asking for more).
  • Mixed Vegetable Korma (Fresh seasonal vegetables in a tomato based gravy, Kutchi style)
  • Brinjal Gravy 
  • Tomato and Capsicum Gravy
  • Aloo Matar
  • Pumpkin Curry
  • Kut (Horse gram cooked over a traditional woodfire for over 48 hours)

GRANDMOTHER’S RECIPES

  • Chicken Moily (Lightly spiced chicken cooked in a coconut gravy).
  • Bhindi Gosht (Ladyfinger & lamb cooked in a typical Indian gravy).
  • Khatti Bhajji Gosht and Aloo (A unique Indian curry with a green leafy vegetable base).
  • Kadhu Ghosh (Lamb cooked with bitter gourd in a rich Indian gravy).

BAKED DELICACIES

  • Baked Lamb & Potato
  • Princess Chicken (Juicy tomato and chicken topped with spaghetti & white sauce, sprinkled with cheese, and baked).
  • Chicken Lasagne
  • Corn & Spinach Bake 
  • Mac and cheese (The all time favourite American meal with minced lamb or chicken and macaroni).
  • Seasonal Vegetables in White Sauce Bake

DAL

  • Dal Fry
  • Dal Tadka
  • Khatti Dal
  • Moong Dal
  • Green Dal
  • Mitthi Dal

FROM THE RICE  BOWL – Basmati and Zeerak Samba

  • Steamed Rice
  • Ghee Rice
  • Peas Pulao
  • Jeera Rice

BIRYANI – A true speciality inspired by the Kutch region. A handpicked combination of delicate Indian spices & fragrant rice combined with the choicest pieces of meat, cooked over the traditional charcoal fire, seasoned with the best saffron. Nothing can beat this all- time favourite dish that has carved a niche for itself across the globe.

  • Mutton Dum Biryani
  • Chicken Dum Biryani
  • Fish Biryani
  • Vegetable Biryani

DESSERTS

Traditional Indian Hot Indian desserts that are a superb combination with a dollop of vanilla ice- cream

  • Muttanjan/ Rice kheer
  • Gulab Jamun
  • Carrot Halwa
  • Pumpkin Halwa
  • Ghaas ka Halwa
  • Dal ka Mittha
  • Shahi Tukda
  • Matka Firni
  • Kaju Barfi
  • Coconut Barfi
  • Gondh Paak
  • Kheer Puri
  • Roat (A traditional Kutchi tea cake, topped with toasted almonds and pistachios)
  • Sheer Khurma/ Vermicelli Pudding (A traditional Muslim festive dessert, flavoured with cardomom, saffron, rosewater and dry fruits)
  • The Mithai Cake (Rich Vanilla Cake soaked in three types of home-made flavoured milk)
  • Kulfi (Plain, dry fruit and seasonal flavours).
  • Falooda

From the Western Frontier

  • Apricot Delight
  • Trifle Pudding
  • Bread Pudding
  • Caramel Custard
  • Fruit trifle
  • Nutella Mousse 
  • Mousse cakes (chocolate, strawberry)
  • Tiramisu
  • Vanilla Panna Cotta (topped with raspberry or strawberry glaze)
  • Brownies (Chocolate & Walnut/ Coffee, Chocolate & Cashewnut)
  • Blondies (The non- chocolatey version of brownies, with or without chocolate chips)
  • Melting Moments (Melt-in-the-mouth biscuits filled with homemade strawberry/raspberry jam and custard cream)
  • Cheesecake (Blueberry, Strawberry, Mango).
  • Pineapple & Cherry Squares
  • Soufflés (Chocolate, Strawberry, Mango).
  • Mousse (Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry).
  • Tarts (Chocolate, Lemon, Jam).
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One thought on “Menu

  1. Kilonji Samosas and sweet payasam was extraordinary. At EY we had a good snack, but the samosas were dried and too much of oil, otherwise it was an awesome combination and delighted our evening

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