• Mix Pakora – (Aloo/Palak/Baigan/Mirch) – Potato, spinach, eggplant, or chili fritters
  • Bite Size Samosa – Fried pastry with a savory filling of spiced potatoes, onions and peas
  • Papdi Chaat – Crisp fried dough wafers served with potatoes, chick peas, chilies, and yogurt topped with chaat masala
  • Samosa Chaat – Fried pastry with savory filling served with potatoes, chick peas, chilies, and yogurt topped with chaat masala
  • Aloo Tikki – Snack made of mashed potato patties mixed with various herbs and spices
  • Keema Samosa – Fried pastry with a savory filling of onions, peas and ground beef
  • Chicken 65 – Spicy, deep-fried chicken pieces marinated in ginger, cayenne pepper, and mustard powder, then tossed in a creamy yogurt sauce
  • Chicken Boti – Boneless chicken marinated in yogurt and spices and cooked in a traditional clay oven
  • Bite Size Chapli Kabab (Beef or Chicken)
  • Bite Size Seekh Kabab (Beef, Chicken or Lamb)
  • Shrimp Tandoori [extra charge] – Shrimp marinated in a savory yogurt and spice mixture then cooked in a traditional clay oven
  • Popcorn Chicken/Fish
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls
  • Mix Grill
  • Chicken Boti
  • Noodles
  • Cut Fruit
  • Soup Chicken Corn/Hot&Sour
  • Mango Lassi
  • Korma – (Goat Chicken or Beef) – Rich Muglai delicacy with a creamy sauce cooked to perfection
  • Beef Boti Masala
  • Karahi – (Goat Chicken or Beef) – Chicken or Goat cooked in a zesty fenugreek and dry masala combination
  • Dum Keema
  • Beef Pasinda
  • Chicken Boneless
  • Chicken Jalfrezi
  • Nargasi Kofta
  • Kunna / Matka – (Goat)
  • Achari Chicken/Goat – Spicy chicken or goat cooked in a South Asian style pickled vegetable based sauce
  • Murg/Mutton Saag – Spinach with succulent pieces of chicken or goat in a latpatta style
  • Keema Karahi
  • Bhuna Gosht
  • Goat Pasinda
  • Chicken Tikka Masala – Boneless chicken marinated in spices, roasted in a tandoor oven, and cooked in a creamy, spicy sauce
  • Chicken Ginger
  • Chicken Chilli
  • Butter Chicken – Boneless chicken marinated in spices, roasted in a tandoori oven, and cooked in a buttery, spicy sauce
  • Chicken Katakat – Boneless chicken pieces cooked in a tomato and onion sauce with a variety of spices
  • Nihari (Beef or Chicken) – Tender morsels of meat cooked in a spicy stew
  • Paya (Goat or Beef) – South Indian delicacy where goat/cow feet are slow cooked in a soup with herbs and spices
  • Haleem (Beef or Chicken) – Traditional Hyderabadi dish with slow cooked wheat, barley, meat, lentils, and spices
  • Lamb Chop Karahi [Additional Cost] – Lamb chops cooked in a zesty fenugreek and dry masala combination
  • Batair Masala
  • Pashawari Namkeen Ghosht
  • Beef Achari (Boneless)
  • Lamb Masala – Lamb cooked in a tomato and onion yogurt based sauce
  • Kofta Curry – Balls of ground beef/chicken mixed with spices and onions, served in a savory stew
  • Shrimp Masala [Additional Cost] – Delicate prawns sauteed with garlic and seeped in a light tomato and onion sauce
  • Fried Fish [Additional Cost]
  • Shrimp Tandoori
  • Lamb Chops
  • Legs Of Lamb
  • Lamb Shanks
  • Whole Goat Saji
  • Chicken Tandoori – Chicken leg with bone marinated in yogurt and spices then cooked in a traditional clay oven
  • Chicken Tikka Boneless – Boneless chicken marinated in yogurt and spices and cooked in a traditional clay oven
  • Fried Chicken – Seasoned fried chicken
  • Seekh Kabab (Chicken/Beef/Lamb) – Minced meat seasoned with spices and grilled in a traditional clay oven
  • Bihari Kabab (Chicken/Beef) – Skewered pieces of meat marinated in spices and grilled in a traditional clay oven
  • Chicken Chapli Kabab – Meat marinated in spices and pan fried
  • Haryali Boti – Chicken marinated in green chilies, coriander, mint and various spices, then tossed in a cream cheese and sour cream based sauce
  • Malai Boti – Chicken marinated in a white pepper marinade, then tossed in a cream cheese and sour cream based sauce
  • Buffalo Wings
  • Aloo Palak – Spinach and potatoes cooked in ginger and chili
  • Mix Veg
  • Aloo Gobi / Matter – Cauliflower and potatoes and peas cooked in green chili and roasted cumin
  • Palak Paneer – Spinach and cheese flavored with ginger in a thick curry sauce
  • Matter Panir
  • Panir Makhni
  • Bhindi Masala – Okra cooked in a traditional Punjabi recipe with cumin and onions
  • Kurkeri Bhindi
  • Chana Masala – Chickpeas cooked in a Punjabi tomato and onion masala
  • Bhagarey Baigan – Baby eggplant cooked in a garlic and tomato sauce
  • Mirch Ka Salan – Green Pepper Curry cooked in Hydrabadi style
  • Vegetable Jalfrezy – Mixed vegetables with onions and peppers sautéed in an onion and tomato sauce
  • Yellow Daal Tarka
  • Kadhi Pakora – Vegetable fritter cooked in a wok with fenugreek seeds
  • Daal Makhani – Lentil cooked in a copper vessel, reduced in a tomato and ginger sauce, finished with butter and cream
  • Daal
  • Aloo Subzi – Cubed potatoes cooked in a sauce containing mustard seeds, green chilies, and a variety of herbs and spices
  • Biryani (Chicken or Goat) – Basmati rice cooked in a thick curry of meat sauce containing a variety of herbs and spices
  • Plain White Rice
  • Plain Pulao
  • Mutton Pulao (Chicken or Goat) – Basmati rice cooked in a seasoned broth with chicken or goat meat and vegetables
  • Kabli Chana Pulao – Basmati rice cooked in a seasoned broth with Chickpeas
  • Beef Biryani
  • Sindhi Biryani – Basmati rice cooked in a thick yogurt and curry of meat sauce containing a variety of herbs and spices
  • Bombay Biryani – Basmati rice cooked on top of a meat and onion based sauce containing a variety of herbs and spices
  • Zeera Rice – Rice with cumin seeds
  • Shrimp Biryani [additional cost] – Basmati rice cooked in a thick curry of meat sauce containing a variety of herbs and spices
  • Kheer – A traditional rice pudding flavored with pistachios and almonds
  • Ghulab Jamun – Dough consisting of milk solids deep fried and soaked in a sugar syrup and flavored with rose water
  • Ras Malai – Sugary cheese balls soaked in clotted cream and flavored with cardamom
  • Qubani Ka Meetha – Traditional Hyderabadi dessert made from dried apricots
  • Gajar Ka Halwa – Carrots, sugar and butter fried into a roux and cooked with a sugary syrup
  • Loki Ka Halwa – Bottle gourds, condensed milk, and butter fried into a roux and cooked with a sugary syrup
  • Suji Ka Halwa – Semolina, sugar, and butter fried into a roux and cooked with a sugary syrup
  • Zarda – Sweet rice cooked in milk and sugar
  • Matanjen
  • Gajrela – Blend of carrots, milk and heavy cream
  • Jalebi – Deep fried batter soaked in syrup
  • Assorted Mithai [additional cost] – South Indian confectionary of deep fried sugar, milk, and condensed milk
  • Fruit Cake Custard
  • Fruit Triffle
  • Fruit Basket [additional cost]
  • Fruit Platter [additional cost]
  • Kulfi (Mango, Malai, Pista)
  • Ice Cream (Mango, Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Pistachio, Rose, Tutti Frutti)