We have Lunch Buffet, Catering, To-Go, Party Hall, Dinning and Beer & Wine. We Serve Bread (such as Prauntha, chapattis, poori and naan) is central to North Indian cuisine. (Rice is eaten on special occasions). The bread is most commonly made of wheat, but other grains are used as well, such as corn and millet. The curries, lentils and chutneys prepared North Indian style are designed to go well with flatbread, and so the ingredients most commonly used are chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, garam masala, and several other combinations of spices. Liberal amounts of ghee (clarified butter), cream and butter are also used while cooking.
Vegetables or combinations of them are made into curries, while lentils such as kidney, black-eyed, garbanzo, and moong beans are used to make dal, another accompaniment for the bread.
Non-vegetarian favorites include tandoori chicken (chicken marinated in spices and cooked in a clay oven), butter chicken, chicken tikka, and lamb preparations that come from Mughlai (Mughal) traditions. Fish is common ingredient in eastern and western Indian dishes, owing to their proximity to the ocean.
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M-Sa 11am-3pm, 4pm-9pm, Su Closed