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Indian Summer 10 Course Tasting Menu
Indian Summer 10 Course Tasting Menu

Indian Summer 10 Course Tasting Menu

10 unique dishes from 10 different states


Indian cuisine is best represented by the variety in cooking seen in the different regions and states of the country.

North Indian dishes are quite different from south Indian preparations. The vegetarian dishes from the western state of Gujarat are a world apart from the sweet water fish preparations of eastern India.

Here we will showcase ten of the most popular dishes from ten foodie states of India. Enjoy this delicious journey with us executed with finesse in an Ambrette style. It is a ten course menu all prepared fresh. So please allow plenty of time for the meal. 



Canterbury - Thurs 20th July -  Ring 01227 200777 to book a table


Margate - Wed 19th July - Ring 01843 231504 to book a table 


Please email for alternative dates. 


£26.95 per person 

£24.95 privilege card price


The Menu 

Rum Cocktail (New Dehli)

 “Old monk” the finest rum in the world.

Mysore masala dosa, coconut chutney (Bangalore)

The King of all dosas gently spiced with red chilis and garlic


Khandvi and Dhokla with smoked salmon, yoghurt kadhi (Gujarat)

Steamed vegetarian delicacies from the Western state of Gujarat


Masala papdi (Mumbai)

Mumbai is popular for its street food culture.


Chicken Tikka kachumber salad (Punjab)

Rustic fresh green salad from Punjab.


Yakhni Shorba, grilled lamb chop (Kashmiri)

Aromatic lamb soup laced with saffron and spices to beat the heat


Cashew feni and coconut iced sherbet (Goa)

Feni is a popular cashew nut liquor in Goa


String hoppers with beef dry fry (Kerala)

Popular dish from the picturesque state of Kerala.


Hyderabadi chicken drum stick biriyani (Hyderabad)

This ex princely sate is considered to be the birth place of the popular biriyani


Milk Platter (Bengal, Orissa)

Burnt milk cake ,misti doi, Parle G soil


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