Indian Cooking derives from a 4000 year old timeline, during which culture has changed, geographical boundaries have changed significantly leading to confusing terms such as sub-continental cuisine while other parts of a region want a separate culinary identity. The land of the enchanted, with its varied cultural practices, is tied together by the invisible commonality of its exotic cuisine. It is celebrated for the variety of its dishes based on the artful and intelligent combination of spices developed over many centuries.
The oldest examples of a tandoor were found in the settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, though earlier tandoor-type ovens have been recovered in early-Harappan contexts on the Makran coasts. The tandoor is used for cooking certain types of Indian foods such as tandoori chicken, chicken tikka and bread varieties like tandoori roti and naan.Dishes include various kebabs, kofta (meatballs), nihari, pulao (a.k.a. pilaf in Central Asia), and biryani. Paneer and various vegetables are used for preparing vegetarian dishes to suit Vegetarian dietary requirements.
Our Chefs have to zeal to create a large variety of savory clay oven barbecued dishes and exotic curries for your pleasure.