|Here is A PREVIEW OF the Buffet menu:|
Pineapple Curry Chicken - chicken basking in a sea of pineapple dreams
Fiery Pork Vindaloo - not for the faint of heart!
Spinach Chicken Korma - lightly spiced but very nice, served over rice, spinach is good for you!
Coconut Cabbage - Stewed sweet cabbage with onions, garlic, diced green bell pepper, curry leaves
Chana Masala - Chic peas stir fried with onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers, seasoned with mustard
Evil Spicy Eggplant - Eggplant stir-fried with onions, garlic and ground dried chilies until reaching a tender spicy level. CAUTION: VERY SPICY , world famous, will make you extra fertile!
Curried Potato - Potatoes slow cooked with cloves and cinnamon in a tasty masala that will blow the spuds off you.
Mushroom Tikka Masala - mushrooms will never be the same, simmered in a creamy sweet sauce.
Spinach Tofu Korma - Tender tofu morsels simmered in a rich creamy spinach sauce with delicate herbs and spices. Popeye's favorite dish.
Okra Curry - Slices of okra delicately simmered in a thick rich vegetarian curry with tamarind
**NEW Curried Pumpkin - delicately spiced with cinnamon and cumin in a sweet coconut curry. Happy Halloween!
Mixed Vegetable Masala - Fresh diced carrots, potatoes, & long beans slow cooked with turmeric, coconut milk, & masala . This harmonious mixture will have you singing all day long.
South Indian Chicken Curry -onions, garlic, ginger, curry leaves, anise star,
Butter Chicken Masala - marinated in yogurt, lemon juice and herbs then slow cooked in a sweet tomato and cream curry sauce. The most famous dish in England for a reason.
Raita Salad - yogurt and cucumber salad to cool your soul.
Fresh Green Salad - fresh , green and good for you. great balance.
Mint Chutney - tomato and mint side that will excite your mood.
ANd rice of course! DOnt forget the Dance performances @ 12:30pm and 6pm, Henna Tatoo all day and plenty of smiles:)
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”” Mahatma GhandiSO DON'T BE HUNGRY AND DONT FORGET THE NAAN!