Edith Brown’s Tandoori Specialities

A far seeing and courageous “mem-saab”, Dr Edith Brown founded the first North India School of Medicine which was opened in 1894. She remained there for thirty years, very successfully combining modern medical science with the traditional Northern Indian way of life. Food continued to be cooked using the original charcoal ovens of the region – the tandoor – which no doubt hastened the recovery of patients thanks to the wholesome goodness of this tasty Indian dish. All meats are marinated in home-made yoghurt and rich spices, cooked in a clay oven, or “tandoor”, and sprinkled with fresh green coriander. Dishes are served with fresh salad, rice and accompanying dip.

Tandoori Chicken


Lamb Tikka


Tandoori Combination


Salmon Haryali


Tandoori Ginga


Duo Of Tikka


We do not use artificial colourings or preservatives in any of our dishes.

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