Emily Eden’s Starters

One of the earliest “mem saabs” of the era, Emily Eden, arrived in Calcutta in 1834 with sister Fanny and brother Lord Auckland who was to become Governor of India. As supreme administrative authority over the Presidencies of Bengal, Madras and Bombay the household of Lord Auckland, reigned over by Emily, became familiar with the many different regional dishes to be found throughout India.

Tandoori Sizzler for Two


Prawn or Channa Puri


 Aloo tikki chatt


 Chilli King Prawns or Paneer


Spiced Duck


Chicken Shishlick


 Samosa Duo


Cauliflower Pakora (V)


 Onion Bhaji (V)


Spiced Potatoes & Garlic Mushrooms (V)


Amritsari Fish


Seekh Kebab


Prawn Salad


Tandoori Salmon

Marinated in yogurt and spices cooked over charcoal and served with lettuce and mint yogurt

 Duo Of Tikka

Combination of chicken and lamb Tikka.Marinated in yoghurt & spices

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