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HYDERABAD - 5th & 6th Sep

HYDERABAD - 5th & 6th Sep

This is a menu from Chef Kanthi's home town!

Welcome to Hyderabad! This is an exquisite plant-based menu that captures the essence of the city's royal heritage and its affection for nuanced flavors. We invite you to embark on a gastronomic journey that pays homage to the rich culinary traditions of the Nizams, reimagined for the contemporary vegan palate.

Mirchi Ka Salan

Our menu begins with the tantalizing Mirchi Ka Salan, a dish that perfectly embodies Hyderabad's love for bold flavors. This delicacy features large, mild chillies simmered in a creamy sauce made from sesame seeds, coconut, and peanuts, harmoniously blended with tamarind and a selection of traditional spices. Its like a delicious Indian satay, simply delicious!

Nawabi Dalcha

Next, we present the Nawabi Dalcha, a regal concoction that combines the heartiness of lentils with the robustness of seasonal vegetables. Cooked with aromatic spices, this dal stew is a testament to the Nawabi era's culinary sophistication. It's both nourishing and flavorsome, perfect for balancing the the other big flavours on the menu. 

Paneer (of Tofu) Nizami

A dish that exemplifies the finesse of Hyderabadi cuisine. Saffron, cashews, and coconut  with Paneer or marinated Tofu, it's a dish that resonates with the opulence and grandeur of the Nizam's kitchens.

Bhagara Rice:

an aromatic basmati that's a staple in Hyderabadi households. Infused with Hyderabad Garam masala, black cardamom and royal jeera, bay leaf and clove this rice dish is a fragrant and comforting staple, ensuring every bite is laden with the traditional flavors of the region


Each dish on our menu is carefully crafted by Chef Kanthi to take you on a delightful journey through his home town's historic lanes, celebrating its legendary culinary legacy with a plant-based twist. Enjoy the warmth of these dishes as you relish the flavors of a Hyderabadi winter.

Allergens: 

Mirchi Ka Salan - peanut, sesame

Nawabi Dalcha - mustard

Tofu Nizami - soya, cashew, almond

Paneer Nizami - cashew, almond, milk (Paneer, yoghurt) 


Allergens

We cook all our meals in the same kitchen, so they may contain traces of all allergens. Please get in touch if you need any specific information about any of our allergens.

 

TIFFIN MEALS:- 

LAGAN

RINGRA BUTETTA - MUSTARD
SAMBHARO - MUSTARD
CAVOLO, CURRY LEAF AND CORIANDER DAL - MUSTARD


BAPA

MAKAI MIRCH - MUSTARD
KOLKI URAD VEGGIE - MILK

 

NANNA ROO'S RUBY

SOUTH COAST SLAW - MUSTARD, SULPHTES

 

 

KUDDU MENU

VAGARELLI ROTLI - WHEAT (GLUTEN) - NGI Option available. 

RED LENTILS AND COCONUT KALE – MUSTARD, SULPHITES

BEETROOT DAL: MUSTARD, SOYA, CELERY

 

MITI KATI TIKI MENU

VEGAN KHADI: - MUSTARD, MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF TREE NUTS

VEGGIE KHADI: MILK, MUSTARD.

KORMA: TREE NUTS (CASHEWS)

MUTTER BHAT: TREE NUTS (CASHEWS)

 

MANGO MOOLI

INDIANO BUTETTA - MUSTARD

GAJJUR MENU

CURRY LEAF AND PEANUT RICE: PEANUT, MUSTARD

CHILLI CHAAT SLAW – CELERY, MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF SULPHIE, SESAME, MUSTARD, GLUTEN AND TREE NUTS

GAJJUR – MUSTARD, CELERY

 

 

MAKHANWALLA MENU

MAKHANWALA  VEGAN  -  TREE NUTS, SOYA

MAKHANWALA - VEGGIE - TREE NUTS, MILK

LILI THORAN - SESAME

 

KALI CORN MENU

PINEAPPLE KACHUMBUR: SOYA, WHEAT (GLUTEN) 

SWEETCORN SALAN: PEANUTS

BEETROOT DAL: MUSTARD, SOYA, CELERY

 

BREADS

CHAPATTI

CHAPATTI - WHEAT (GLUTEN)

 

BHATURA

BHATURA - WHEAT (GLUTEN), MILK

 

THEPLA

THEPLA  - SESAME, WHEAT (GLUTEN) 

SIDES

SAMOSA

SAMOSA  - WHEAT (GLUTEN)

 

TAMARIND SAUCE

TAMARIND SAUCE – CELERY

 

LIME PICKLE 

LIME PICKLE - MUSTARD

 

MANGO CHUTNEY

MANGO CHUTNEY - MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF NUTS

 

 

 

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