India, with an ancient culture and heritage, has inherited a variety of cuisine-incomparable & unsurpassable. What makes eating Indian food a gastronomic adventure is the sheer diversity. So great is the variety in the country that one who has the notion that it is the land of "curry and rice" is in for a surprise. Curry is not the name of a dish - rather it encompasses a whole class of dishes cooked with chicken, meat, fish and vegetables using unique spices and various special recipes.
The Emperors of the Mogul Empire apart from hunting, bird watching, pedigree tigers, classical music dancing, were absolute connoisseurs of exquisite food. Their several chefs would have been experts in special dishes. Jealousy guarded secrets and precious recipes often were handed down from father to son. These secret combinations of spices are what makes one dish totally different from another.
Tandoor offers you authentic cuisine with distinct taste, and unparalleled presentation. An almost indispensable feature of Tandoor is the Tandoor oven. Tandoor is a clay oven which you can only get in India. It "braais", smokes roasts the meats with a distinctive charcoal flavor & the breads are cooked on its walls. Our specials wield the culinary magic of our exceptional cooking.
Tandoor takes pride in its menu that has discerned from the sumptuous Mogul cuisine, the wholesome Punjabi flair, the robust cuisine of Kashmir, the firey dishes of Delhi and Mumbai, the hot spicy recipes of Goa & Madras, not forgetting the earthy delights of the Tandoor - all for discerning lovers of exotic cuisine.
Our authentic cooking takes time and effort. All our dishes are cooked fresh to order. It takes approximately half an hour to prepare an order. Our food is exotically delicious and the flavor demonstrates the freshness.
We do not use animal fat, MSG or preservatives. All of our meats are lean and fresh. All oils used contain 0% cholesterol. In other words, you are enjoying a very unique, tasty and healthy meal.
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Introduction to Indian food
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