Bloomsbury’s Salaam Namaste, the award winning Indian restaurant from Chef Patron and owner Sabbir Karim, have created a special menu to run throughout Autumn and Winter 2016.
The adventurous new menu, utilising the exacting techniques and finesse that have come to define their fine Indian cuisine, features a wide variety of dishes. Appetisers include unusual and interesting flavours and dishes, such as the Sarson Macchi Tikka – Scottish salmon marinated in a special blend of spices and ground mustard, chargrilled and served with spicy plum tomato relish. For those willing to turn up the heat, brave the Jingha Peri Peri – King Prawns tossed with Portuguese fiery spices and served with spiced pineapple chutney. Alternatively, get a taste of traditional Kolkata street food with the Kolkata Katti Roll, choose from fillings lamb, chicken or paneer.
Continue the feast with the mains, where you can opt for familiar classics, such as the Green Chicken Curry from Goa – combining fresh coriander, tamarind, green chillies and fresh mint with succulent chicken. The Chilli Garlic Quail is delicate in texture and flavour, the quail marinated and tossed in a garlic masala with a generous amount of ginger and charred in the tandoor. Then, there’s the Wild Rabbit Achari, a curry from Rajasthan made with pickling spices, as well as the delicious Lamb Xacuti from Goa, made with a blend of poppy seeds, grated coconut and dried red chilies. Alternatively, for something a little fruitier, try one of the vegetarian dishes, Moru Kachiathu – sweet mangoes and green bananas are cooked in yoghurt with green chillies, ginger and fresh curry leaves. Bring the meal together with one of our delicious sides; the Bombay mushrooms with red and green peppers compliment many of our dishes.
Of course the menu would not be complete without the Bukhara Grill, featuring distinctive dishes cooked in the tandoor oven. For something truly indulgent, choose the Tandoori Rubiyani Duck; Gressingham duck breast marinated in yoghurt, cheese and carefully selected spices, before being charred in the tandoor and served with roasted Tiger prawns, tangy potatoes and a fresh cucumber salad. A rich, zingy meal encompassing the flavours and cooking technique of India with the freshest British produce.
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Salaam Namaste – 68 Millman Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1N 3EF – 0207 405 3697
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