top of page
Home: Text

8 Course Seafood Tasting Menu
Moroccan and Indian Inspired

Available until 31st May 2024 

£69.99 per person | £99.99 with matched wines


£49.99 per person  | £79.99 with matched wines

£49.99 per person
  | £79.99 with matched wines

We all have a unique relationship with food. What we eat as we grow in life shapes our palates and eventually us. It kind of gives us our identity as people and communities. Or does it? I always thought that I have grown up eating Indian food. This belief got shattered when I started travelling on my culinary adventures to different countries.


Morocco was an eye opener. How can two cultures so far apart have so many similarities in cuisine? I guess history is written and fed to us in weird ways. Who knows? I thought samosas were an Indian invention! So were Naans and  parathas! I have always enjoyed koftas and curries in local restaurants growing up in Kolkata. Mum has always greeted guests at home with  "Indian"  sharbat. I haven’t got a massive sweet tooth but have always enjoyed semolina halwa (semolina pudding ) cooked at home during festivities. The beauty of all this, is that our cuisines and cultures have a lot more in common that we think. It’s humbling and brings us all closer to each other as human beings. 


This menu highlights commonality between Moroccan and Indian food.

Mango sharbat lassi


Turmeric seafood soup with stuffed cocktail paratha


Crab samosas / brouiats with tamarind chutney and caramelised onions 

Chardonnay, France


Tandoori sardine with chermoula dressing, tomato salad

Sauvignon blanc, Chile


Prawn kofta in a spicy Harissa sauce served with saffron rice pilaf

Chenin blanc, South Africa


Wild bass tagine with garam masala and naan

Pinot Grigio, Romania


Warm semolina halwa with orange blossom and cinnamon ice cream

Sauternes, France


Moroccan chai with handmade biscuits.

bottom of page