Take fresh Ontario mushrooms and peas, add a delicious paneer (cottage cheese) and cook them in a remarkable combination of tomatoes, onions and liquefied chashews. A vegetarian speciality of the house.
This always present palate cooler makes a delicious side dish or appetizer. We have taken diced cucumbers, onions and tomatoes, stirred them gently into a savory whipped yogurt and garnished it with cumin seeds.
If you’re a lover of sweet nothings, then this naan is for you. This wonderful specialty of Kashmir has bread stuffed with pieces of sultana raisins, dried fruits, almonds, cashews and pistachios. A spectacular accompaniment that will add a dash of richness to your meal!
The British said, “…soup! we want soup” Soup was never part of Indian cuisine until the British arrived, but what a soup we came up with! One that has now become a staple in fine Indian kitchens around the world. This tangy coconut and lentil combination is finished with a drizzle of cream. Try it. You’ll like it!
* Addition of chicken ( $2.50)
Succulent pieces of dark meat chicken that have been marinated and baked with traditional spices from the region of Bihar. If you are looking for a dish with flavor and taste of India, then this dish is for you!