Indian week: From the 12th of November to the 19th of November

Did you Know?  
Diwali The Festival of Lights  

During Diwali, lights are lit in homes and in gardens. The symbolic meaning is the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, and enlightenment over ignorance. Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, has been celebrated since ancient times and is a significant Hindu holiday.  
Diwali involves enjoying sweet treats and fireworks. It’s a joyful family celebration, with rituals aimed at bringing luck to the household. It’s a festival for everyone regardless of age, gender, or social status.


For $ 23, -

Local grassfed mutton braised in chili garam masala along with a duo of yellow split pea, mint-coriander herb oil and garlic butter chapati

Vegan option: served with charred eggplant choka

The Curry Mutton is a representation of the diverse and vibrant flavors found in our Surinamese Indian cuisine, with this dish we try to embrace the richness of the spices and curries used by our ancestors. From the well-known massala spice blends to our fresh mint and koriander herbs freshly picked from our gardens.

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For $ 9.50

Split pea pakora ǀ Curried mutton ǀ Mango chutney

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