~ Naan ~
Made with refined white flour, eggs and milk
~ Roti ~
Made with unleavened whole wheat flour.
~ Peshawari Naan ~
Stuffed with a blend of ground almonds, raisins, desiccated coconut and cream, and flavoured with the cardamom. This naan has originated in the UK and has no resemblance to the naan served in Pakistan
~ Cheese & Chilli Naan ~
This naan has a kick, and is quite addictive too.
~ Garlic & Chilli Naan ~
Stuffed with fresh chopped green chilli & garlic
~ Sada Chaawal ~
Plain steamed Basmati rice.
~ Palav/Pulao ~
Traditional saffron flavoured rice
~ Dhaan ‘Dhaansaak Rice’ ~
This is traditional Dhaansaak pulao made with browned onions that give it the classic brown colour and flavoured with star anise.
~ Goa Rice ~
Red unpolished rice, high in fibre and great in natural taste.
~ Cucumber Raita ~
A raita (or seasoned yogurt) is more often than not a staple food for locals throughout the length and breadth of India. Hot and/or oily foods are digested more easily if accompanied by yogurt and raitas, which also, of course, lend their own flavours as well as enhancing the flavours of the main dish