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Beautiful Basmati rice exuding a subtle aroma, flavoured meat, a glistening egg, and just a hint of sweetness, encompasses within itself elements which spell sweet satiation.
It's hard to describe the golden aloositting atop the splendour of scented rice, tender meat, and spices. Its golden crispy jacket is pierced to give way to gooey goodiness, which melts in the mouth. 
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*Soul boat Republic Day Special!*🇮🇳
Enjoy our juicy tandoori stick loaded with
Chicken tikka,
Chicken malai tikka and Chicken hariyali kebabs 😋
Celebrate the Colors of India! (3 pieces of each) *@₹120 only*

Chicken Resmi Kabab & Kalmi Kabab
Origin: India

Origin: Central Asia
The all time favorite Indian snack and appetiser! Crispy outer pockets filled with spiced potatoes and peas.

Chicken Tikka
Origin: British India
Traditionally small pieces of boneless chicken baked using skewers in a tandoor oven, after marinating in spices and yogurt.
It is essentially a boneless version of tandoori chicken.

Chicken Gold Coins
Origin: Hong Kong
Spicy chicken mince topped over bread roundels and deep fried. Great with mustard sauce!

Kalmi Kabab
Origin: India
A popular Indian kebab made by marinating chicken wings and roasting them in tandoor. Spices, yoghurt and mint form part of the ingredients.

Onion pakoras with double the punch and flavor!

Chicken Mughlai Paratha with spicy potato curry
Origin: Calcutta
The golden textured, crisp and flaky Mughlai Paratha is a flatbread recipe linked to India’s Vedic age and eaten with fillings of vegetables and meat.

Fish Sticks
Origin: US during WW2
Made with boneless fish filling with crunchy outer covering and deep fried. It is a spicy version of fish fingers, and also called the 'Hot Dog of the Oceans'.

Origin: Central Asia
Once popular among the royals in Mughal era, the naan is still the most favorite Indian bread among all.
Soft and fluffy flatbread, it is oven-baked and comes in a variety of flavours and enjoyed with curries.

Tandoori Chicken!
Origin: Punjab in Biritish India
Roasted chicken marinated in yogurt and generously spiced, giving the meat its trademark red colour. It is named for the clay oven in which it is cooked, a tandoor.💙

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