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Homous with Pitta Bread (V)
Mashed chickpeas with garlic, lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil.
Homemade Vegetable Pakora (V)
Homemade Mushroon Pakora (V)
Homemade Chicken Pakora
Homemade Fish Pakora
Chicken Pakora and Chips
Fish Pakora and Chips
Tandoori Spicy Chicken Chaat
This is a favourite at weddings; the men slake their thurst with excellent single malt whilst taking the edge off their hunger with Chicken Chaat. Almost tasty enough to make you want to pop the question!
For 1 £7 / For 2 £13
Tandoori Spicy Lamb Chop
Tender Scottish lamb marinated tandoori spice
For 1 £9 / For 2 £16
Tandoori Spicy Chicken Tikka
Marinated tandoori chicken Tikka
Tandoori Spicy King Prawn
Marinated tandoori king prawn
Tandoori Spicy Salmon
Best Scottish Produce marinated tandoori spice
This is one of our absolute favourites. Unlike most other North Indian curries the meat is added earlier on in the process. This means the sauce can remain thick and unctuous, packed full of ginger, garlic and fresh tomato flavour.
“Do” is the Punjabi word for two, “Piaza” is the word for onions. Two Onions. That’s what defines this dish. Slow cooked onions form the base of this masala invigorated with the flavours of fresh cardamom, clove and black pepper.
The Punjab is home to all the best vegetables in India. Drive through any town or village and the spinach stretched skyward. It’s a staple of my family. Here we combine it with a luscious masala and let the spinach do all the talking....
The Punjabis like nothing more than a party. This dish is a party on a plate. Peppers, Onions, Ginger, Garlic and plenty of green chillies take the party from the plate right into your mouth.
Ceylonese food is defined by spice and coconut. This curry balances the creamy coconut flavour with ground and whole spices and a dash of lemon juice.
A delicious combination of Steamed Basmati Rice and Meat served with curry sauce.
Combine your traditional Indian dish with a choice of:
Indian Mixed Vegetable
Indian mixed Vegetable(V)
Sea Bass Kerelan Garlic chili
A South Indian specialty from the coastal towns of Kerala. This is the garlic and chilli lovers dream come true. Typically of South Indian food, this is a lighter, more nuanced dish but with all the flavour.
Salmon Bangali style Fish curry
Salmon fillet marinated in exotic Bengali spicy sauce.
Kerelan Garlic Chilli King Prawns
Prawns are the staple dish of the South Indian seaside town of Mangalore. Rich in garlic, suffused with spice and gorgeously chilli, this is a must for those that pursue authenticity.
A Punjabi style. Chickpeas and tender lamb in a rich yoghurt masala.
A Karahi is a steel cooking utensil, similar to a wok. This is a more robust dish, a potent masala bursting with spice and flavour and plenty of green chillies!.
Kerelan Garlic Chilli Chicken Tikka
A South Indian speciality from the coastal towns of Kerala. This is the garlic and chilli lovers dream come true. Typically of South Indian food, this is a lighter, more nuanced dish but with all the flavour.
Chicken Tikka Jalfrezi
Freshly Jalfrezi is a typical punjabi dish cooked with capsicum, onions and a touch of cream
Chicken Tikka Maseladar
Delicious chicken tikka smothered in a tandoori sauce, rich in tomatoes, peppers and fresh coriander.
Nantara Chicken Tikka and King Prawns
Nantara cuisine is one of the most ancient in India. From the palaces and gardens of Mysore, this dish combines King Prawns and Chicken Tikka with a special Nantara sauce, finished with fresh chilli and coriander.
Butter Chicken Tikka
From the heart of old Delhi, a deliciously rich butter masala with bite size pieces of chicken tikka.
Lamb Rogan Josh
Inspired by the dried Kashmiri dried chilli tempered with yoghurt, this is a much loved dishacross all of North India. Tomatoes, chillies, coriander and tender lamb. Millions of Indians can’t be wrong!
From the heart of Muslim Punjab, this is festival food. Slow cooked chicken and lentilsbrought together in an effortlessly delicious masala.
Chicken Tikka Masala
Invented in Glasgow, loved around the world, there is no dish that characterises better the love affair the Scots have with curry. Tandoori mouthfuls of chicken in a masala bursting with capsicums, ginger, garlic and chilli, tempered with cream. This is what made Scotland Brave!
To sum it up Britain’s favourite curry. Hot & Spicy
Spicy Beef Vindaloo (Chili Pepper Madness)
Vindaloo is a traditional Indian curry that’s not for the faint hearted! if you love a-lot of chilli this is the one for you.
Chicken Tikka Chasni
The Chasni is a stalwart of the West of Scotland, not known much beyond. It comes from the Indian obsession with Chinese food. This Chasni is sweet and sour, delicate and creamy. A great dish for those who are looking for an alternative to Korma.
Chicken Tikka Jaipuri
A potent fusion of peppers, onions, garlic, ginger and mushrooms with a touch of tangy sweet ‘n’ sour simmered in exotic jaipuri spices
All these dishes are barbecued to sizzling perfection in the tandoori oven, and are served with rice, curry sauce and fresh salad garnish. A different sauce of your choice can be selected from the menu for £2 extra. All served on hot sizzling pan.
Chicken Tikka Meal
Succulent chicken, marinated in yoghurt and spices cooked to perfection in tandoor
Lamb Tikka Meal
Tender Scottish lamb fillet in chef’s secret Gramm masala and cooked to perfection in the tandoor
Lamb Chops Meal
Tender Scottish lamb chops in chef’s secret Gramm masala and cooked to perfection in the tandoor
King Prawn Tandoori Meal
King prawn marinated in exotic Bengali spicy and cooked to perfection in the tandoor
Salmon Tandoori Meal
Best Scottish produce Salmon fillet marinated in exotic Bengali spicy and cooked to perfection in the tandoor
Paneer Tikka Meal
Soft Paneer marinated in yoghurt and spices cooked to perfection in the tandoor
Steamed Basmati Rice
Spicy Keema Rice
Garlic and Coriander Naan
Garlic & Cheese Naan
Chilli Butter Naan
Spicy Vegetable Paratha
Spicy Masala Chips
Spicy Keema Paratha
Tark Daal (V) main £9 / side £6
Other variety of curry sauce (Creamy or Spicy)