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East Indian (Bengali Cuisine)
Bengali cuisine is a culinary style originating in Bengal, a region in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, which is now divided between Bangladesh and West Bengal. Other regions, such as Tripura, and the Barak Valley region of Assam (in India) also have large native Bengali populations and share this cuisine. With an emphasis on fish, vegetables and lentils are served with rice as a staple diet. Bengali cuisine is known for its subtle (yet sometimes fiery) flavours, and its spread of confectioneries and desserts.
Chef's own Bengali style Moong Dal with Green Peas
Bengali Style Chholar Dal is a delicious lentil dish cooked with Bengal gram or chana dal. This dish of dal is flavoured with coconut, ghee and an assortment of whole spices. Bengali Style Chholar Dal tastes mildly spicy and packed with nutrition. Enjoy it with Roti, Puri or Paratha.
Jhinge or Ridge gourd cooked with potatoes and poppy seed paste. Paired very well with basmati rice.
A traditional Bengali preparation of banana flowers with potatoes and aromatic spices. A dry curry served best with hot rice and ghee. Sprinkled with grated coconut and green chilies.
Finely chopped cabbage (bandhakopi) cooked with potatoes and peas in a tomato and ginger based gravy. May contain nuts.
A spicy potato curry prepared with onion, garlic, ginger, spices and herbs. Prepared in slow heat or dum. Paired best with Indian bread. May contain nuts.
Bengali side-dish prepared with fresh Chhana (homemade cottage cheese balls) in a thick gravy. A popular Bengali Vegetarian Delicacy. Contains nuts.
A curry prepared with spinach, lentils and aromatic spices. Paired best with rice, Roti, or Puri.
Chana dal cakes (Chickpea) marinated with potatoes in a delicious gravy of cumin seeds, hing, bay leaf, ginger and red chilli paste. Paired best with hot rice. Contains nuts.
2 of our homemade Bengali-style vegetable chops made with beetroot and potatoes. Contains nuts.
A popular East Indian snack made with yellow and white peas in a traditional style gravy. Served with onion and green chilli.
A lamb/mutton curry prepared with onion, garlic, ginger, yogurt, tomato paste and aromatic Indian spices like turmeric, red chilli powder, and garam masala. Paired best with hot rice, roti, or puri.