Spicy

Curry

A catch-all term used originally by the British Raj to describe any sauced dish of spicy meat, fish or vegetables. The word “curry” probably is derived from the Tamil word “Kari”; meaning spiced gravy.

But Indian cuisine is a whole lot more, than just curry…

Curry

A catch-all term used originally by the British Raj to describe any sauced dish of spicy meat, fish or vegetables. The word “curry” probably is derived from the Tamil word “Kari”; meaning spiced gravy.

But Indian cuisine is a whole lot more, than just curry…

Fresh

Filter Kaapi

"Filter Kaapi" is almost a ritual for an Indian from the South. No morning is complete without one. The coffee is brewed in a traditional filter to a thick aromatic decoction. This is then added to frothy freshly boiled milk. Slurping through the froth completes your "Filter Kaapi" experience.

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The Journey

Experience a delectable journey through India’s myriad culinary destinations. Begin at the Coromandel Coast of India, sail over spice-infused South-East Asia and come ashore our very own Festival State, Down Under.

 

Diverse

Cuisine

Cuisine in India is region specific, and each of them boasts of distinct flavours. Northern Indian fare is dominated by the tandoor and complemented by rich kormas; while the South is famous for its sour and spicy curries. Eastern cuisine celebrates the chilli, and the West is famous for coconut and seafood. 

 

Flavors of

The Tandoor

The tandoor has probably been around for about 5000 years now. Apart from India, this coal-fired clay oven has been popular across different regions in Asia for millennia. Food; usually marinated meat is exposed to live fire in the tandoor. Fat and juices from the meat drip on the charcoal resulting in the unique tandoori flavour. Typically bread is placed along the sides of the clay oven while the meat is cooked.

 

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