Mixed greens tossed together
Cucumbers, raisins, cumin seeds, and mint.
Everyone's favourite prepared with Shalimar spices.
The Sultan's recipe ! Supreme chicken breast cut butterfly style Or a wholesome leg portion. Lightly marinated in spices and lemon juice.Breast alone is 50c extra.
The queen of tandoor. Tender morsels of boneless chicken breast marinated in a Blend of vinegar and spices, and gently skewered to bake over charcol.
Favourite lamp chops of Emperor Jahangir, marinated in a blend of wonderful spices And barbecued in the fiery tandoor. Chef's recommendation.
Tender bites of boneless beef marinated and brought to delicious perfection in the tandoor.Served with gentle basting of warm butter.
Ground beef blended with rare selection of delicious herbs and spices. Barbecued on A Skewer and charcoal.
Ground Chicken blended with rare selection of delicious herbs and spices. Barbecued on skewer And tenderly cooked on charcoal.
Unleavened bread baked in the clay oven at a special temperature. Served piping hot.
Tandori Baked Bread stuffed with mildly spiced onions and a touch of butter.
Finley hand kneaded unleavened dough stuffed with deliciously cooked garlic And baked to a delightful perfection in the tandoor. It is something different.
Whole wheat bread layered with butter and stuffed with spicy cooked and potatoes.
Shalimar's own basmati rice. Cooked in a rich stock of savory spices and brown onions With aromatic touch of saffron.
Shalimars own basmati rice. Chicken cooked with exotic spices and a touch of cilantro, peppers And mint. A real aromatic dish.Available on certain days.
The king of curries. Made with succulent chicken, delicately flavored with saffron and gently Simmered in a blend of yogurt and selected spices. You will love it!
A delectable combination of farm fresh spinach cooked in traditional Punjabi masala and brought To perfection in a blend of curried chicken.
The favorite dish of the punjabi farmer. A combination of tender morsels of lamb cooked with Garden fresh spinach, crisp coriander and various aromatic herbs.
Chicken meatballs. Made aromatic with touch of exotic spice Zeera ( Cumin seeds).
Relished by punjabi stalwart soldiers. Grass fed lamb, cooked with butter with a hint of garlic and ginger over a bed of onions. It is brought to simmer in Pakistani wild spices. something to remember us !
Delicately cut slices of beef sautéed with tomatoes, bell peppers, onions and flavored with aromatic Spices like whole cinnamon sticks and cloves.
Beef seekh kabab rolled in fresh naan with onions and mint sauce. Fast yet tasty.
Chicken seekh kabab rolled in fresh naan with onions and mint. Fast yet tasty.
Chickpeas delicately cooked in butter and garam masala, and caressed with the softness of tamarind And coriander
Spinach and cheese cooked with our exotic spices.
An interesting and tasty variety of fresh vegetables, red ripe tomatoes, spices and herbs. Stir-fried And left to simmer in their natural juice that brings out a rainbow of scrumptious flavors.
The pride of Punjabi farmland. A wonderful combination of freshly picked spinach greens. Cooked with young Potatoes and Kasuri Methi. It is seductively tantalizing !
The love of every Pakistani and Indian. Considered a poor man's food but found on every table. Made rich With variety of lentils stewed with cumin and coriander.
Garden fresh eggplant cooked with slender bits of onions and tomatoes. Made rich with exotic oriental spices.
Made from fresh pasteurized milk, cream and nuts. Flavoured with crushed cardamom seeds. 2 pieces
Rice custard flavored with gentle sweet spices like cardamom and cloves. Blended with variety of nuts
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