Mughalai cuisine from the North West Province

Mughalai cuisine from the North West Province

Mughalai cuisine from the North West Province

Sree Nandhana Palace is a group of restaurants that offer cuisine from the South and North India.

On the occasion of introducing a new menu at Darbar, Nandhana Palace has an
introductory offer. There is a discount of 20 per cent on dinner at Darbar till September 30.

“We have launched a traditional menu that consists of cuisine from the North Western Province,” informs Laxman Raju, the restaurant manager.

There is a spread of soups, seven kinds of salads and chaats, two non veg and veg starters, two non veg main course, four veg main course, veg biryani, non veg biryani, plain rice, dal, assorted Indian breads and two desserts with fresh fruits and ice creams.

The shorbas include Bhune Seb Aur Tamatar Ka Shorba (mild flavour of roasted apple and tomato finished with jeera powder), Rustom Paya Shorba (lamb trotter soup with brown onion and nuts finished with black pepper) and Tandoori Murgh Shorba (clay oven roasted chicken soup finished with fresh coriander leaves). The beverages are Zafrani Lassi, Annanas Ka Panna (a tangy digestive drink made from roasted pineapple finished with black salt and jeera powder) and Chandi Ki Thandai (saffron milk with dry nuts powder finished with silver leaves).

Karare Kareli Ke Chat, Aloo Palak Ke Chat and Green Salad form the salads along with the raithas and papads. King Fish Tawa Fry, Surkh Tawey Ke Jhinge, Murgh E Tawa, Tawa Pita Mutton are some of the items straight from the tawa.

For kebab and tikka lovers, there are many choices like Lazeez Khas Paneer Tikka,
Paneer Paldhari Ke Kebab, Khandari Murgh Tikka, Zaffrani Chandi Ke Kebab to name a few.

All these come with a variety of rice items and rotis. What better way to finish a meal than with a variety of desserts like Gulab Jamun, Kesar Rasmalai, Shahi Tukda, Gajarela Rabdi, Malai Kulfi and a choice of ice creams.

 For details, call 41486162.