12 April 2017
Wednesday, 12 April 2017 Greater London Food, Drink & Entertainment
Celebrate Spring and the Easter holidays with our celebratory Punjabi spring dishes & Kids Go Free


Baisakhi is both the harvest festival of Punjab, the granary of India, as well the Sikh's most important festival celebrated as the Sikh New Year.

We are celebrating with the legendary Punjabi favourites prepared in Punjab to celebrate Baisakhi from Wednesday 12 April to Tuesday 18 April.

Indulge in Rara Gosht - lamb & mince cooked with robust North Indian spices, Methi Murgh - tender chicken cooked in a delicious earthy sauce flavoured with fenugreek leaves; Methi Paneer and delectable accompanying vegetable dishes and food.

The special accompanying dishes include such as Baingan Bhartha - smoked aubergine puree; Dal Amritsari - yellow lentils, garlic and cumin; Dahi Pakodi - lentil dumplings, clove smoked yoghurt; Punjabi Pickles - carrots, turnips and button onions with fennel, chilli and mustard; Lachha Paratha - layered whole wheat flat bread.

This is rounded off with the traditional dessert of Malpua and Badam Kheer - flat pancakes served with almond rice pudding.
During this celebratory week, one child can have a free kid's menu (a main & ice cream from the kids menu) for each adult having food worth £12.00 from the a la carte menu.

Happy Baisakhi! Happy Easter!
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