Balti dishes are stir fried in a wok-like pan called a korahi and bought to your table in the same pan. The food is Aromatic and spicy, but not to hot and should be eaten with a nan bread or chapati or rice. Traditionally rather than cutlery the bread are used to scoop up the food straight from the korahi.
Balti Special Mixed - £8.95
Tikka Chicken , Tikka Lamb and King Prawn
Balti Chicken Tikka - £6.25
Balti Lamb Tikka - £6.95
Balti Chicken - £5.95
Balti Beef - £5.95
Balti Lamb - £6.95
Balti Rashun - £6.25
Balti King Prawn - £9.95
Balti Chilli (Fairly Hot) - £6.95
Balti Vegetable - £5.50
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