A kitchen like no other, Mr Todiwala's Kitchen carries the name of one of Britain's most unique and characterful chefs, Cyrus Todiwala.

Special Offer Menu

Starters


PRAWN SHASLIK CHILLI FRY–PAO £8.50


Prawns marinated in hot red masala placed on wooden skewer, grilled & served on a bed of shredded green & red peppers, garlic and spring onion with spices & lime juice served with a toasted chilli roll.

TANDOORI SCALLOPS £9.50

King scallop marinated in traditional tandoori marination, char-grilled in the tandoor and served with date tamarind chutney & green coriender chutney.

BHEL POORI £6.95

This is perhaps Bombay’s most renowned snack .Roasted puffed rice ,diced potato, chopped shallots & tomatoes blended with fresh green, date & tamarind chutneys, crushed poories are blended together to make this the unique dish it is.

Main Course


SHANK OF PORK BALCHAO £17.95


Slow cooked shank of pork simmered in a classic Goan Balchão masala until soft and tender. Balchão is an ancient art of pickling processes which involves slow grinding and roasting spices with minced shallots and curry leaves until cooked through. Served with steamed rice.

OSTRICH BHUNNA £17.95

We know that the Ostrich is not a native to either India or Britain but it is indeed a fabulous meat, extremely lean and lower in saturated fats, cholesterol & calories than chicken & turkey, though expensive. Strips of ostrich fan fillet are tossed with the ever so classic of sub-continental Indian preparations, the ‘Bhuna’. Ours is a classical sauce and is not necessarily hot, served with pulao rice & chunks of fried potato to complete the dish.

DUM KA MURG £16.95

Traditional popular Hyderabadi chicken preparation, consisting of  chicken marinated with paste of almond, pistachio, cashew nuts, mint , coriander , fried onion , green chillies & etc, cooked in its own juices with minimum addition of water  to retain all the flavour ,served with  saffron rice.

PANEER METHI PALAK £6.95

Indian whey cheese (paneer), cooked in abundance of methi (fenugreek) & palak (spinach), one of the most widely accepted delicacy of paneer, from North West frontier province of un-divided India.