Join us at our restaurant for tantalisingly tasty Indian food. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, please inform a member of staff.
Tasty Indian starters for a dinner party first course or for moreish party nibbles. We have vegetarian Indian starters such as samosas and onion bhajees, as well as some unique Indian fusion starters for something different.
The main dishes below are marinated in herbs and spices, then barbecued in our clay oven. Tandoori dishes are served with salad.
Tufail Speciality Meal of Moghuls
Our best dish for a banquet made for kings.
A delicate preparation of yoghurt, cream and spices of producing a very mild but rich creamy texture, a flavour palatable to every kind of constitution.
This is a popular dish of south Indian origin. A rich hot and sour taste, extensively prepared with garlic, chilli, lemon juice and tomato puree.
Similar to the Madras, but very hot!
A thoroughly garnished dish with onion, garlic and few selected spices, extensively treated to provide a dish of medium strength, a little condensed, but one of the most tasteful dishes.
A mouth watering Pakistani dish which is very popular in the south-east region. Cooked with fresh coriander, garlic, chillies, tomatoes & other specially selected herbs and spices to create this delicious dish. Medium to hot taste. Can be cooked to madras or vindaloo strength.
A dish made with onion and seasoned with dozens of spices to produce a taste that is medium hot. Persian origin.
A beautiful combination of lentils and garlic, producing a sweet and sour taste. Persian origin.
A dish which extensively uses garlic, onions, tomato puree, red chillies and black pepper. A sour and hot taste, a good alternative for one who likes Madras or Vindaloo dishes.
A dish specially prepared with pimento, garlic and garnished with tomato.
A choice from below marinated in spiced cultured yoghurt and cooked in the tandoori, mixed with mildly spiced fried rice and ground, served with vegetable sauce.