Pre-Theatre

Treat yourself

 

You don’t need to wait for a special occasion to treat yourself. Our two-course pre-theatre menu is available every day. Enjoy the delicious choices of starters and main courses
Monday – Friday: 5pm to 6.30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 1pm to 6pm

 

All the food on this menu are prepared without using nuts, peanuts, sesame, mustard, celery, lupin and sulphites. Our standard operating procedure ensures that all the ingredients we use in our kitchen are free from these allergens. However, please note that some of the products we procure may have been packaged in facilities that also handle some of these allergens.

Tables back in 1hour 30minutes

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Two Courses

£15.95pp


Starters

Gosht Kathi

This dish of pulled lamb and diced peppers comes in a wrapped roomali roti.

Paneer Chatpatta

The Dhabba’s own homemade paneer cheese skewered with peppers and onions with a spicy tomato tang.

Murg Qualiyan

Chicken wings marinated with tandoori spices and gently cooked in the char-grill.

Subzi Tikdee

A splendid vegetarian trio — Indian potato croquettes, papad wrap and stuffed mushrooms.

Hariyali Mokal

Chicken finely basted with basil and lemon. As tender as the dawn over a distant hill.

Bhel Puri

A dish of puffed rice, sev, potato, mango, with a drizzle of tamarind chutney.


Mains

Laal Maas

Fiery lamb dish with caramelised onions, poppy seed paste and crushed red chillies.

Dhabba Khas

Traditional dish of chicken with onion, tomatoes, ginger and garlic.

Bhuna Gosht

Sautéed lamb with onions, tomatoes, and peppers. Perhaps the most famous Indian lamb dish of all time.

Murg Kadai

Every Dhabba throughout India, has this chicken tossed with mixed peppers and onions. Comfortably succulent.

Dhania Gosht

Lamb simmered with fresh coriander. Fragrant, smooth and silky.

Murg Maskawala

Chicken tikka in a creamy, tomato and melon seed sauce. Buttery gentle in its superbly mild flavour.

Khumb Gajar Mutter

A medley of mushrooms, carrots and green peas in a medium sauce of browned onions, tomato and ginger.

Paneer Shimla

Paneer with peppers and onions. Think of cool hill stations during the British Raj, bit of a cuisine long since developed since then.

Aloo Gobi

A traditional tumble of potatoes, cauliflower and garden peas. This is a dish common throughout the world but with a spicy Indian take.

Palak Paneer

A hearty preparation of paneer and spinach leaves. Popeye’s eyes would pop at this!


Sides

Bhendi Do Pyaza

Okra and red onions with cumin, ginger and a hint of green chillies. Hottish, yet subtle. 5.95

Pahadi Aloo

Peeled potato diced and tossed with shreds of spinach and fenugreek. 5.95

Cholé

A traditional Punjabi spiced chickpea delicacy 5.95

Pilee Daal Tadka

Yellow lentils simmered with tomatoes, ginger, garlic and coriander. This classic North Indian staple brings with it a breath of the mountains of the North West. 5.95

Bengun Bharta

Tandoori cooked aubergines, sautéed with onions, tomatoes and garden peas. Rough, ready and polishing. 5.95

Paneer Kurchan

Crumbled paneer cheese and assorted peppers tossed together in a tadka of onions and tomato. 6.95

Salads

Raita

Incredibly refreshing smooth yogurt, spices and fresh cucumber. 3.95

Laal Pyazz

Sliced onions, lemon wedges and green chillies. 2.95

Kachumbar

This beautifully seasoned salad has a splendid jumble of tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce and red onions. 3.95

Seedha Sadha Salad

Slices of fresh tomatoes, red onions, cucumber and carrots on a bed of crisp green lettuce. 3.95

Pickles

Dhabba Achaar

Our own homemade pickle of mango, lime, carrots, garlic and chillies. 2.95