Flora Annie Steel’s “Tiffin” Selection
Many British visitors to India preferred to continue to eat in the European manner, a tradition recorded by Flora Annie Steel’s observations regarding the eating of “Tiffin”, a popular meal similar to Victorian High Tea. Indian chefs have long retained the skills necessary to prepare a range of dishes to suit those who are not at home with the spices and flavours of the east, and here the restaurant Mem-Saab demonstrates such skill with a small selection of English dishes.
|Tender roast beef served with fried onions, mushrooms, with a side of salad & fries|
Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken
|Cooked in a Tandoori oven & served with salad & fries|
We do not use artificial colourings or preservatives in any of our dishes.
Minimum cover charge for meals excluding drinks £12. 10% service charge applies to all parties over 8 persons