Indian food

Indian cuisine in London

We offer you information regarding all and everything to do with Indian cooking in London.

Our site was made as a valuable resource for Indian cooking, from traditional meals in India to food with a Western flavour.

Food Preparation

Indian cooking is marked by the use of various spices, herbs and other vegetables and sometimes fruits.

Every single ingredient of the dish is there with a purpose and compliments each other. In fact, the succession of dishes also keeps in mind the flavour and 'nature' of the spices, whether hot or cool.

Commonly used ingredients in Indian food are: Chilli (hot fiery red or green); Coconut; Garlic; Ginger; Basil, coriander (cilantro), mint and parsley; Fenugreek (methi); Saunf; Garam Masala; Mustard Seeds; Tamarind (Imli); Saffron (Kesar) and Rose water (gulkand).

These are also prepared using different methods of cooking like baking, boiling, frying etc.

General Information

In India, food is seen as a symbol of sharing more than just great taste - it is about making new friends, learning about cultures and spreading love!

Mumbai Spice

This restaurant prides itself in standing by their traditional values and want you to share with them the delight of their authentic award winning Mumbai Cuisine. Their award winning Chef, co-owner with his brother Mushtaq, stand by their very high standards. There are other great restaurants in London.

This means that to sample the delights of Mumbai cooking is a feast not fast-food. Each dish is prepared to order. This is "the home of the most delicious and exotic Mughlai dishes".

Take a moment to browse their web site, to fully appreciate what they can offer you. Their menu is fully displayed there so you can use it to place a take-away order if you so wish. You may also find the information about our awards, specialities and Masala sauces of interest. They are proud of their cuisine and very much look forward to seeing you in the restaurant where they will be pleased to satisfy your appetite.

 

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