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Indulge in the original recipe of Manjit’s famous butter chicken! Our succulent chicken pieces are carefully wrapped in a creamy tomato-flavoured curry with a hint of pepper, creating a delicate and irresistible taste. This dish is our specialty, and we take pride in offering the best butter chicken experience you’ve ever had. Our chefs use only the freshest ingredients, ensuring that every bite is bursting with flavour. Don’t settle for imitations, try the original recipe that has made Manjit’s Indian Restaurant a favourite among butter chicken lovers.
Boneless chicken curry, cooked in a rich, thick, creamy base with fenugreek leaves (Methi), to enhance a mild and subtle flavour for those who enjoy a nice mild curry.
A traditional Indian – British favourite; a combination of fresh onions, tomatoes, and capsicum combined with smoky tandoori chicken tikka pieces and Manjit’s special spices, cooked to your perfection.
A semi-dry boneless chicken curry marinated with ginger and garlic overnight, which is then tossed into onions and red and green capsicums to turn it into a delicious and simply irresistible dish.
Manjit’s special curry masala cooked through with Mango Puree and boneless chicken for a mild, simple yet elegant dish to bring a Mango flavour to those taste buds.
Typically a Goanese-style dish cooked in Vinegar and Manjit’s special spicy dark spices, which is then cooked through with a spicy gravy which will take your taste buds to the extremely next level. Try it with Beef, Chicken, or Lamb.
Roganjosh is a staple of Kashmiri cuisine and is one of the main dishes of Kashmir. Roganjosh consists of pieces of lamb braised with a gravy flavoured with garlic, ginger and aromatic spices; a rich gravy is used to finish the pot roast and garnished with simple green coriander.
Invented for the British during the 19th Century, and originating from the southern part of India, Chennai. This dish is cooked in a medium to hot gravy with homemade dark spices and curry leaves to bring an exciting taste. Your choice of Beef, Chicken or Lamb.
Korma – A king’s favourite, known throughout India.
Creamy cashew flavoured boneless curry, with rich gravy and Manjit’s special spices, with your choice of Beef, Chicken or Lamb.
Ghosht; an Urdu word for meat. Blended to perfection the Mughlai style, with fresh green spices from the hilltops of Kashmir and puree of green leafy spinach, with your choice of Beef, Chicken or Lamb.
Goan fish curry is a mild curry that has aromatics flavours of freshly grated coconut and mustard which is carefully cooked through with fish fillets to bring this simple yet elegant dish to your perfection.
A special dish from the boss’s birth town back in India, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan.
Tender goat pieces (on the bones) cooked with Manjit’s specialty of the finest blends of red and dark spices to give a mouth-watering curry to enhance your palate.
Jumbo prawns cooked through a creamy, flavourful coconut sauce along with capsicum, ginger, and carom seeds, an aromatic curry for sure!!!
Prawns marinated in ginger and garlic simmered in fresh coconut cream, which is then finished with a shot of Malibu for a tropical hit to those taste buds.
Prawns are a popular protein all over Southern Part of India; cooked in a combination fo capsicum, onion, and tomatoes with a mix of spices and finished with a tomato base.
A simple dish but full of aromas of fused fish cooked through with flavours of fresh tomatoes, spices, and fresh coriander to bring out a delicious spicy yet tangy curry.
A simple vegetarian dish with appetising flavours; a combination of chopped potato pieces, green peas, onions and tomatoes and cooked with a Manjit’s special Indian gravy.
One of the most famous dishes in the Northern part of India where Paneer (Cottage cheese) and Matar (Green peas) are simmered in a luscious gravy made with tomatoes, onions and green spices.
Chole (Chickpeas) – A famous authentic dish from the Northern part of India, Punjab; It is a naturally healthy, vegan curry cooked with finely chopped onions, tomatoes, and a handful of spices to bring out a medium spiced and tangy curry; a famous authentic dish from the Northern part of India.
Corn Palak – Want something simple yet a classic Punjabi dish??? Try a semi-dry, rich dish cooked with fresh spinach and sweet corn, finished with light spices and a touch of cream for those mild lovers.
A North Indian dish with a twist of Manjit’s spices; A semi-dry spinach and home made cottage cheese curry cooked with a combination of Manjit’s special spices.
Paneer Butter Masala :- A Punjabi popular, super rich creamy curry made with Manjit’s homemade cottage cheese and cooked through in a tomato base for an alternative for our Butter Chicken lovers who are vegetarians.
Kadai Paneer – A spicy, warming, flavoured and super delicious dish cooked with sliced onions, tomatoes, capsicum, and ginger in a tomato-based Punjabi curry… An elegant dish found in nearly every Indian Restaurant.
This curry was created in imperial kitchens and served to kings, queens and other royals during the Mughal era in India.
This is a famous Indian dish, which translates to “nine-gem curry”. The “gems” are the vegetables and the nuts that make up the curry.
A festive dish cooked with assorted nine jewels in an almond-based curry sauce which makes it royal and delicious.
Malai’ means cream and ‘Kofta’ are fried balls of various ingredients, popular not only in Indian cuisine but also in Middle Eastern, Balkan, and Asian meals as well. Malai Kofta is another popular Indian vegetarian dish made of potato and paneer balls which are then dunked in a smooth, rich, and creamy gravy. Crisp on the outside and heavenly smooth on the inside, these tasty fried dumplings are dunked in a smooth, mildly sweet, and lighted spiced curry.
Mainly a dish from the Royal city of India, Patiala. Aubergine (Eggplant), potato and transcalent onion tossed into a tomato-based curry to take this humble veggie curry to another level.
Dal Makhani – A popular dish from the capital, New Delhi; This dish is prepared with black lentils, cooked in ghee, various seasonings and slow cooked in a rich tomato-based sauce and fresh cream.
Most people do not know that dal (Lentils), is the most common dish in the Indian Household. Every household has its own version of making this simple yet appetising dish.
Manjit’s special yellow dal cooked on a slow fire, to bring out the simple flavours, which are then cooked with clarified butter and garnished with fresh coriander and ginger to bring this simple dish an exotic flavour.
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