DESCRIPTION At Queen's Tandoor, guests are invited to participate in a sensory journey into the taste, spirit and culture of Indian cuisine. The specialty here is a wide selection of dishes hot from the Tandoor - a large cauldron-shaped clay pot, housed within a specially constructed oven with a flat ceramic surface and sides. Removal of a cast iron lid on the top exposes the belly of the oven, which is fuelled by charcoal and incredibly hot.
As well as the tandoor dishes, every palate is considered with an extensive choice of soups, sizzlers, salads and snacks, Indian curries, biryanis, thalis and breads. The lunch and dinner menu also features Murg (chicken specialties), Ghosht (lamb), and Samudaree Khazana (fish and prawn). The jewels in the Indian vegetarian crown can be found in the Bageeche se (from the vegetable garden) menu, with dishes such as Navratan Jalfrazi comprised of nine garden vegetables in a saffron sauce.
Another specialty of Queen's Tandoor is the hot vegetarian South Indian cuisine, where rice is combined with lentils and dhal, curried vegetables and pachadi (yogurt) to produce delights such as Masala Dosa, Sambhar and Uttapam, all of.