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              Smoked Chilli Lamb Chops

              MENU HIGHLIGHTS

              With a menu that is both seasonal and always changing, we do not display a fixed menu. However, we have chosen here a sample of some of the dishes served here:

              Amaya is a totally unconventional fine dining restaurant.

              The?food is served as it prepared for sharing in bite-sized portions. There are no conventional first or main courses. See Our Cuisine

              Customers wishing a more conventional dining experience should try our other fine dining restaurants - Chutney Mary or Veeraswamy.

              6-8 menu dishes are the equivalent of a two course meal. The equivalent of a three course meal with wine & service averages about £85-£90 per head.

              There are about 45 menu dishes. Each is infused with its own marinade, or combination of spices.

              Prices?of dishes with 4 bite sized portions range from £15 for chicken to £44 for wild prawns.

              These include:

              • A range of sophisticated salads
              • A wide range of seafood & fish dishes including a seafood platter and Tandoori Ocean Wild Prawns
              • Poultry: Chicken in various forms
              • Lamb: Smoked Chilli Lamb Chops;?Gilafi Seekh Kebab
              • Game: Venison Tandoori Seekh

              We also have vegetarian dishes averaging £15:

              • Char-grilled Aubergine
              • Spinach Tikki with Spiced Fig
              • Watercress & Green Peas Seekh

              For aficionados of traditional Indian kebab eating, we have a very small collection of unusual curries & biryanis. The rice in the biryanis is a year old basmati which has incredible length & consistency.

              Accompanying all our dishes is our surprise tray of 4 homespun chutney sprinkles including a dry peanut powder, a sweet and sour tomato dip, and the season’s offering; such as rose petal and coriander or quince.

              ?Our dessert menu is cosmopolitan and cross-cultural presented with panache. It includes chocolate and fruit based desserts, some with an Indian accent, as well as a couple of sugar free ones.

              For reservations, please?click here?