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Diwali 
9th November to 12th November 

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12 COURSE DIWALI TASTING MENU

£79.99 per person | £109.99 with matched wines
PRIVILEGE CARD HOLDERS PRICE  £59.95 per person  | £89.99 with matched wines

 

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Diwali is a festival of lights and is one of the major Indian festivals. Diwali symbolises the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. This vibrant festival is expressed through the medium of delicious culinary creations. A variety of savoury delicacies and rich sweets are eaten during this period. Our chefs have created a unique 12 course tasting menu with hand picked dishes eaten during Diwali.

Rum, mango and cardamom lassi fizz

 

Cocktail mushroom gujiyas, mint and coriander chutney

Gujiyas are fried dough pockets that are filled with sweet and savoury fillings.

 

Vegetable samosa with chickpea chaat

Street Food dish with chickpea flour crisps, fresh herbs and chutneys.

 

Grilled paneer wrap with a spicy tomato and garlic chutney

Chargrilled brochettes of paneer in a tandoori style marinade.

 

Patrani mackerel, coconut and ginger sauce

Wild mackerel steamed in a banana leaf

 

Tiger prawn rasam with steamed chickpea dhokla

A dhokla is a steamed savoury chickpea flour cake from western India.

 

Grilled kentish wood pigeon, diced fruit salad, mango chutney

 

Smoked brochette of chicken, cocktail naan, red radish, pomegranate raita

 

Poori, spinach, onion and potato bhaji

This simple but traditional dish is a staple during diwali festivities. Pooris are soft and puffy breads made with wheat flour and semolina.

           

Fillet of lamb, stir fried vegetables, kashmiri style sauce, dauphinoise potatoes

 

Cardamon soan papdi, mango kulfi, cointreau soaked palmyra palm, seasonal fruits

Soan Papdi is a popular Indian dessert made with gram flour, cardamom and milk     

 

Masala chai tea with Indian petit fours

All our dishes may contain traces of celery, gluten,  crustaceans, eggs, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya and sulphur dioxide. 

 

Due to the large number of products that we use and the rate of change of allergen traces found in these products it is not possible to specify which products contain traces of allergens as they are constantly being updated without notice. Therefore, please be aware that it is possible that any dish could contain traces of all allergens.

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