Desserts

Indian sweets and desserts, also called mithai, a significant element in Indian cuisine. Many Indian desserts are fried foods made with sugar, milk or condensed milk. Ingredients and preferred types of dessert vary by region. In the eastern part of India, for example, most are based on milk products. Many are flavoured with almonds and pistachios, spiced with cardamon, nutmeg, cloves and black pepper, and decorated with nuts, or with gold or silver leaf.

  • Jalebi
    6.00

    Jalebi

    Jalebi is made by deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup.

  • Black Lemon Tea
    6.00

    Gulab Jamun

    Warm sweet balls in sugar syrup.

  • 6.50

    Rasmalai

    Fresh cottage cheese balls in sweetened cream.

Drinks

  • 2.00

    Indian Tea

    The tea leaves are boiled along with Indian spice additions and then boiled again after the addition of milk and sugar.

  • Coca-Cola
    .60

    Coca-Cola

    Coca-Cola!

  • Bottled Water
    1.00

    Bottled Water

    Bottled Water.

  • 2.00

    Black Lemon Tea

    Tea blend is great for those lovers of lemony things.

Main Course

Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. The dishes are then served according to taste in either mild, medium or hot. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions.

  • 8.50

    Veg Fried Rice

    Fried rice seasoned with vegetables n jeera seeds.

  • Tava Roti (1 pc)
    2.50

    Tava Roti (3 Pcs)

    Whole wheat bread prepared on a griddle. One order comes with one piece.

  • 10.00

    Shahi Paneer

    Cubes of cottage cheese cooked in a tomato gravy with cashews and cream.

  • Saag
    10.00

    Saag

    Rapini and spinach cooked with Indian spices.

  • Aloo Poori
    3.50

    Poori

    Deep-fried whole wheat bread. One order comes with three puri.

  • 6.50

    Podi Idli

    A teaspoon of powder on his plate, makes a well in the centre, adds sesame or other oil to this crater, and mixes in the powder to form a moist paste and put on idili cake.

  • Plain Raita
    3.00

    Plain Raita

    Homemade yogurt with various spices.

  • Plain Parantha Combo
    7.50

    Plain Parantha Combo

    Whole wheat bread served with yogurt, salad, pickles, and tea.

  • Paneer Parantha Combo
    7.50

    Paneer Parantha Combo

    Whole wheat bread stuffed with cottage cheese and spices, served with yogurt, salad, pickles, and tea.

  • Paneer Burji
    10.00

    Paneer Burji

    Grounded cottage cheese cooked with mixed vegetables and spices.

  • 10.00

    Palak Paneer

    Cottage cheese blended with spinach, then cooked in various Indian spices.

  • North Indian Thali - Mini
    12.50

    North Indian Thali – Mini

    Thali refer to a metal plate that thali meal may be served on. Thali is popular in India. The idea behind a Thali is to offer all the 6 different flavors of sweet, salt, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy on one single plate.

  • Mixed Vegetables
    10.00

    Mixed Vegetables

    Mixed vegetables cooked with Indian spices.

  • Medu Vada
    5.00

    Medu Vada

    Medu vada is an Indian fritter made from Vigna mungo. It is usually made in doughnut-shape, with a crispy exterior and soft interior.

  • Matar Paneer
    10.00

    Matar Paneer

    Cottage cheese cubes cooked with green peas, spices, and butter gravy.

  • Malai Kofta
    10.00

    Malai Kofta

    Deep-fried cottage cheese balls, served with a cashews and tomato cream gravy.

  • Kadi Pakora
    10.00

    Kadi Pakora

    Vegetarian pakora mixed with a yogurt and ground flour sauce.

  • 10.00

    Karahi Paneer

    Cottage cheese cooked with green peppers, coriander seeds, and gravy.

  • Aloo Parantha Combo
    7.50

    Gobhi Parantha Combo

    Whole wheat bread stuffed with Cauliflower and spices, served with yogurt, salad, pickles, and tea.

  • Cucumber Raita
    3.50

    Cucumber Raita

    Homemade yogurt with cucumbers and various spices.

  • Plain Raita
    3.50

    Boondi Raita

    Homemade yogurt with boondi and various spices.

  • Chana Masala
    10.00

    Chana Masala

    Chickpeas cooked in aromatic spices.

  • Bhindi Do Peyaza
    10.00

    Bhindi Do Peyaza

    Okra mixed with chopped onions, tomatoes, and seasoning.

  • 3.00

    Bhatura

    Deep-fried whole flour bread. One order comes with one Bhatura.

  • Aloo Poori
    7.50

    Aloo Poori

    Aloo Poori, spicy potatoes with gravy and puffed whole wheat bread (puri). It is simple and makes a complete meal.

  • 7.50

    Aloo Parantha Combo

    Whole wheat bread stuffed with potatoes and spices, served with yogurt, salad, pickles, and tea.

  • Aloo Gobhi
    10.00

    Aloo Gobhi

    Potatoes and cauliflower, cooked with garlic, ginger, and Indian spices.

  • Idli
    7.00

    Idli

    Idili are made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented black lentils and rice.

  • 15.00

    Indian Thali – North

    North Indian cuisine is a part of Indian cuisine, from the region of Northern India which includes the Pakistani provinces: Punjab, AJK and Indian states and union territories: Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh . This is also a major cuisine in the Northern-Eastern regions like western Bihar (especially Bhojpuri cuisine), excluding cuisine of Mithilanchal) as well as central regions like Madhya Pradesh.

  • Veg Biryani
    12.50

    Veg Biryani

    Mixed vegetables served with rice.

  • Paneer Dosa
    7.50

    Masala Dosa

    Masala dosa or masale dose is a variation of the popular South Indian food dosa, which has its origins in Tuluva Mangalorean cuisine. It is made from rice, lentils, potato, methi, and curry leaves, and served with chutneys and sambar.

  • 9.50

    Chole Bhature

    Leavened deep-fried bread served with chickpeas, yogurt, salad, and pickles.

Snacks

Indian cuisine consists of a wide variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the Indian subcontinent. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate, culture, ethnic groups, and occupations, these cuisines vary substantially from each other and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables, and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religion, in particular Hindu, and cultural choices and traditions.

  • Veg Pakora
    6.50

    Veg Pakora

    Pakoda is taken to mean a mix of finely chopped onions, green chillis, and spices mixed in gram flour.

  • 7.00

    Veg Noodles

    Indian Hakka-style noodles, served with diced vegetables.

  • Veg Noodles
    6.50

    Samosa Chaat

    Samosa is served curry, curd n masala.

  • 6.50

    Pav Bhaji

    Mashed vegetables cooked with aromatic spices and served with toasted buns, diced onions, and lemon.

  • Papdi Chaat
    6.50

    Papdi Chaat

    Savoury potatoes and chickpeas on a bed of crunchy shells, covered with yogurt. and served with various sauces and spices.

  • Onion Ring
    6.00

    Onion Ring

    They generally consist of a cross-sectional “ring” of onion (the circular structure of which lends itself well to this method of preparation) dipped in batter or bread crumbs and then deep fried.

  • Mirchi Pakora
    6.00

    Mirchi Pakora

    Big Green chillies are stuffed with the batter of Besan and Spices.

  • 6.50

    Gol Gappe Chaat

    Crunchy, hollow shells, served with potatoes, chickpeas, yogurt, tamarind sauce, and various spices.

  • Dhokla
    2.50

    Dhokla

    Dhokla is made with a fermented batter derived from rice and split chickpeas. Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course, as a side dish, or as a snack.

  • Bhel Puri
    6.50

    Bhel Puri

    A combination of rice, onions, peanuts, and tamarind sauce.

  • Bread Pakora
    5.00

    Bread Pakora

    Bread pakora is an Indian fried snack. It is also known as bread bhaji. A common street food, it is made from bread slices, gram flour, and spices among other ingredients.

  • 6.50

    Dahi Bhalla

    A lentil patty served with yogurt and sweet and spicy sauce.

  • 3.00

    Gol Gappe

    Crunchy, hollow shells served with potatoes, chickpeas, and spicy mint water.

  • 5.50

    Vada Pav

    A potato patty, cottage cheese, noodles, and vegetables, in a toasted bun.

  • Samosa
    3.50

    Samosa

    A crispy samosa stuffed with potatoes, peas, and spices.