Friday 13th September
6pm - 8:30pm
Chicken Mo Mo (Nepal) – 5 pcs $12 / 9pcs $18
a very popular, signature entree dish in Nepal, originally influenced from neighbouring Tibet, served with a tomato and sesame seed chutney and goat soup on the bone.
Kebab Platter (India) – $32
from the char grill and combi oven (traditionally cooked on a charcoal tandoori oven), served with mint chutney and cucumber salad.
Tandoori lamb chops – 2 PCS
Tandoori chicken – 1 PC
Chicken Tikka – 1 PC
Beef Sheekh Kebab – 2 PCS
Tandoori Prawns – 4 PCS
Korean Fried Chicken (South Korea) – $15
boneless fried chicken, korean sweet chilli sauce, cabbage salad and almond flakes
Traditional Nepalase Banquet – minimum 2 people sharing – $25pp
- Goat curry on bone
- Cottage cheese and pea curry
- Mixed lentils and marinated spiced pork
- Spiced fried barramundi
- Fragrant basmati rice
- Nepalese bread
- tomato and fried anchovy chutney
- potato and pea pickle
- mixed raita (yoghurt dip)
Masala Dhosa (Southern India) – $16
a signature dish from the southern region of India. crispy crepe made from fermented batter of rice and lentil flour, a touch of fenugreek seeds, stuffed with spiced potatoes and carrots. serevd with Sambhar – a mixed vegetable stew and coconut chutney. vegetarian.
Hoisin and Honey Whole Duck (China) – Half size $35
slow brasied whole duck on a pot with stock and asian spices, glazed with honey and hoisin sauce and roasted to finish. served with crispy chilli potatoes and sauteed asian greens.
Mixed Seafood Hot Bowl (Thailand) – $25
rich fish stock, variety of mixed seafoods including fresh fish, calamari rings, mussels, prawns, scallops, bugs, a touch of coconut milk, lemongrass, lime leaves, beansprouts and spring onions. served with a side of sourdough garlic bread.
Nasigoreng (Indonesia) – $20
chicken, prawns and egg fried rice, chicken satay, prawn cracks, fried egg, fried shallot, homemade peanut sauce.
Bulgogi Bibimbap (South Korea) – $20
[Bul = fire, gogi = meat] – a soyabase marinated beef served with bibimbap [bibim = mixed, bap = rice] – korean medium grain rice, beef bulgogi, carrots, zuchini, shitake mushrooms, beanshoots, korean chilli paste (gochujang). vegetarian option available.
Tonkatsu (Japan) – $20
[Ton = pork, Katsu = deep fried and crumbed] – a deep fried, japanese crumbed, pork loin cutlet served with a cabbage salad and sesame katsu sauce
Carrot Pudding (Nepal) – $10
slow stewed grated carrots with milk, nepalese aromatics, coconut, nuts. served warm with vanilla ice cream, fresh berries, sesame and cashew nuts.
Mango Kulfi (India) – $10
a traditional frozen dessert made with mango, almond meal and saffron custard. served with fresh strawberry coulis, chocolate threads and pistachios.