About Indian Food
For many years Indian food has been misunderstood in the Western World, because of the many balti houses and curry shops purporting to serve Indian cuisine putting extra spices and propagating it ,as hot and spices food. Often the dishes served at these restaurants bear no resemblance to the food actually enjoyed in India – but at Coriander we are committed to serving authentic Home-made Indian cuisine , As our Mom's used to cook in kitchen. A list of India’s national dishes could easily run to thousands, as our country is a collage of different regions, cultures and traditions. Each region has its own unique climate which influences the local cuisine, and at Coriander Restaurant we regionalise all of our menu choices so that guests can get a feel for the origins of the dishes.
Coriander Restaurant & Bar
Tel : 0451480620
Tel : 0505122501
Email : email@example.com
Monday to Friday : 10.30am – 21.00pm
Saturday : 13.00pm – 21.00pm
Sunday : Closed
Lunch : 10.30am – 14.00pm
Vegetarian Indian Food
The people of India love to please the palate and scintillate the senses with vegetarian food made special by the magical power of spices. The choice of spices and seasonings is dictated by the regional culinary attitudes and cooking traditions handed down through generations. Cooking Indian food is founded upon long held family traditions. The secret is in the varying elements of heat and spices, the perfect cooking temperature and mixture of spices is a hugely important fixture in our kitchen. Each day at Coriander Restaurant we blend, roast and grind our own spices to provide the rich, aromatic flavours unique to our vegetarian Indian food. Try our Navrattan Korma for a variety of tastes. For a full list of our vegetarian and vegan dishes, Visit Here
Healthy Indian Food
Research now places a great deal of store on the properties of healthy Indian food. Our age-old cooking traditions derive from early Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism that date back to around 500 BC, dishes tested and enjoyed over the centuries have been shown to be nutritionally balanced. The medicinal properties of grains, beans, vegetables and spices required at different times of the day, different seasons of the year and at different periods of one’s life have been carefully considered in healthy Indian food recipes. Ancient texts such as those expounding the theories of Ayurveda to keep the body, mind and soul in balance are a fundamental part of every Indian person’s cultural makeup, and have a profound influence on everyday cooking all over the subcontinent. At Coriander Restaurant, we strive daily to provide the ultimate Indian food restaurant experience calling upon all our native knowledge of grains, beans, vegetables and spices.