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CLASSIC BREADS
N a a n A traditional Indian bread made of plain flour & baked in the Tandoor

3.90

R o t i Pan toasted wholemeal bread
4.50

Butter Naan
Potato Naan
Garlic Naan
Cheese Naan
Chilli Naan
P a r a t h a Pan toasted flaky wholemeal bread K a s h m i r i / P e s h w a r i N a a n Filled with a blend of assorted dried fruits & nuts
Ceylon Naan

5.50

O ur own Speciality!

O nion, cheese & cracked pepper.
Cheese and Garlic Naan
Spinach & Garlic Naan
Spinach & Cheese Naan
Spinach, Cheese & Garlic Naan

Assorted Naan & Dips

9.95

Chef’s

selection

3.90

ACCOMPANIMENTS
R a i t a – A cucumber & yoghurt salad.
The perfect match for hot curries!
Mango Chutney, Lime, Mixed or
C h i l l i p i c k l e Homemade & delicious!
Pappadums

Mild

Medium

Rice : $2.50 per person
One Bill per Table

Hot

APPETISERS
P a k o r a s ( B h a j i ) ( 4 ) – Onion, spinach & chickpea fritters lightly fried & served with tamarind sauce
Add: Mushroom, Cauliflower, Chicken or White Bait

7.95

9.50

M a s - g o d a m b a – Crepe wrapped savoury beef & potatoes served with tamarind sauce

7.95

A l a - g o d a m b a – Crepe wrapped savoury potato & peas served with tamarind sauce

7.95

C h i c k e n T i k k a (4)– Fresh from the

9.95

Tandoor, tender marinated chicken fillet, vibrant, red & grilled to perfection.
Served with mint yoghurt
S a m o s a s ( 4 ) – Our Famous Samosas!
Delectable crispy beef / vegetable golden pastries served with tamarind sauce & pappadums 9.95

Tibetan Lamb Springrolls (4)–
Homemade chunky village style

9.95

A s s o r t e d N a a n & D i p s – Chef’s selection 9.95

PLATTERS
Assorted Entrée - Enjoy a crispy mix of two samosas & two pakoras served with tamarind sauce & pappadums

9.95


C e y l o n P l a t t e r – Enjoy two samosas, two pieces of chicken tikka & two shish kebabs served with tamarind sauce & mint yoghurt 16.95


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