Spicy, crispy Indian fritters, made with onions and gram flour (a big plus for gluten-free eaters!).
Our scrambled paneer is a twist on Akuri, a Parsi classic you'll find in any Irani café in India. Served in wheat tacos topped with mint and chilli chutney.
A famous breakfast dish of South India, golden fried lentil dough nuts, fluffy in the middle and crispy on the outside served with coconut chutneys.
This dish of tilapia fillets flavoured with ginger, ajwain and paprika, then fried in spiced gram flour batter, is eaten all over Amritsar - the land of the Golden Temple.
One of the most famous street food dishes of India. Round, hollow puri, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of flavored water, tamarind chutney, chilli, chaat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas.
Crispy fried chicken with egg, rice flour, chilli and ginger. There's a lot of speculation about how this legendary dish got its name - most likely because it was listed no. 65 on the menu at the world-famous Buhari Hotel restaurant.
Calcutta is home to some of the best chaat outside of Leeds. This spiced chickpea salad with wheat crisps, pomegranate, sweetened yoghurt, mint and tamarind chutney is our take on one of India's most popular street foods.
Keralan Beef Fry£5.25
So good it crossed over cultures. This dish of diced rump steak, browned onions, toasted spices and crushed peppercorns – topped with crispy curry leaves and coconut flakes – began as a Syrian home recipe from Kerala.
Aloo Cutlet Chaat£4.75
(Can Be Made Vegan) This breaded and deep-fried vegetable and potato pattie, spiced with cumin and turmeric, is one of the Anglo-Indian dishes that evolved during the British Raj. We serve ours on a bed of spiced chickpea masala topped with tamarind chutney, sweet yoghurt and mint chutney.
Murgh Malai Tikka£4.95
Chicken marinated in yoghurt, ginger and garlic. Based on a classic recipe used in the Dhabas of the North - India's roadside restaurants - that we've brought back with us to Headingley.
Tandoori Paneer Tikka£5.50
The Tandoori Paneer Tikka recipe is a quintessential dish of the North Indian cuisine. Each chef and each region of North India brings out his or own flavors into this dish. Served with grilled peppers, onions and salad.
Gilafi Seekh Kebab£4.75
Juicy lamb mince skewers with ginger, garlic, garam masala, coriander, chopped peppers and onions served with a tandoori salad and mint chutney.
Salmon fillet marinated in ginger, garlic, beetroot and yogurt and cooked in our coal tandoor. Served with salad.
Succulent tiger prawns marinated with ginger, paprika, yoghurt, nigella seeds and ajwain, grilled in a traditional tandoor oven.
Tandoori Mixed Grill£6.95
Succulent malai tikka, gilafi seekh kebab and juicy prawns grilled in a tandoor oven and served with a tandoori salad and mint chutney. Best for sharing.
Railway Potato Curry£6.95
Mild potato curry traditionally served on the railways of India.
Chicken Tikka Masala£8.95
The Cat's Pyjamas' version of this ever popular dish uses the authentic makhini sauce of puréed tomatoes, ginger, honey and dried fenugreek leaves.
The most popular vegetarian dish in India. A dollop of comfortingly bolstering pulses bathed in a thick, tangy, deeply spiced gravy.
Popular in Mumbai, this curry was the Persian's gift to India. Spiced ground lamb with ginger, tomato and browned onions is finished off with green peas and crisp spring onions.
Dal Makhani is a popular dish originating from the Punjab region of the Indian Subcontinent. The primary ingredients in dal makhani are whole black lentil, butter and cream.
Lamb Rogan Josh£9.75
The Mughal's brought this recipe to India, and it soon became a staple in Kashmiri cuisine. They say its deep red colour mirrors the passion they felt about this dish.
Veg Malai Kofta£8.25
Malai Kofta is a classic North Indian dish originated from the Mughlai cuisine. Malai refers to the cream and koftas are deep fried paneer and vegetable dumplings in rich and creamy tomato gravy.
Our saag is inspired by the typical farmers' fare of the Punjabi region. Puréed spinach and paneer spiced with cumin, garlic and dried fenugreek leaves.
Keralan Prawn Moilee£9.50
This medium spiced coconut milk based curry is a very popular dish from the Kerala region.
Punjabi Tandoori Chicken£8.50
Half chicken marinated with Indian spices, cooked in a coal tandoor and served with salad and mint chutney.
Goan Chicken Cafreal£8.95
Chicken Cafreal is the stuff warm and sunny holidays are made of. Soft pieces of tender chicken encased in a marinade of fresh lightweight coriander and freshly roasted spices.
Whole Tandoori Seabream£10.95
Whole fresh tandoori seabream marinated in lemongrass, red chilli, ginger and lime served with salad.
Indian Green Salad£2.00
Yorkshire Cheese Naan£2.50
Pistachio / Mango Kulfi£3.95
Traditional Indian eggless ice cream.
This is a traditional Indian dessert. Spongy milky balls soaked in sugar syrup.
Vanilla Ice Cream£2.75