With tastes inspired from the Kerala region, Arranged Marriage is an Indian spice taste sensation second to none!
12:30pm - 2:30pm 5:40pm - 10:00pm
Crispy golden fried doughnuts made of lentils, served with traditional Sambar (lentil soup) and coconut chutney. This snack is extremely popular in the South Indian tea shops.
South Indian Crispy Fried Beef
A Syrian Christian dish from Kerala. Slow cooked beef, fried with a mildly spiced house special mix.
Fresh florets marinated with ginger, garlic and Indian specialty spices. Deep fried until crisp and served with chef's special garlic sauce.
Masala Grilled Fish
Grilled fresh fish fillets well marinated in a traditional Kerala style spice mixture of turmeric, black pepper, garlic and ginger.
Paneer Pepper Fry
Crispy paneer tossed with tomato, pepper, ginger and garlic.
Masala Grilled Prawns
Grilled tiger prawns marinated in ginger, garlic, turmeric and lemon juice.
A typical South Indian snack made from potato and spinach based filling in gram flour batter served with tomato/ mint chutney.
Lentil doughnuts, cauliflower 65, chicken 65 and beef dry fry. Suitable for four people.
Boneless chicken cubes marinated with ginger, garlic and chef special mix of spices, then fried til golden brown in colour.
A plain dosa with no fillings, flavoured with clarified butter.
Perhaps the most famous South Indian Brahmin dish - dosa with a traditional filling of seasoned potatoes cooked with onion, carrot, ginger and mix of spices. (Vegan option available).
A plain dosa with egg, onion, black pepper and fresh coriander leaves.
A dosa stuffed with traditional potato filling and chicken.
A South Indian version of pizza made of thick dosa batter with toppings of onion, tomatoes and capsicum.
House Special Dosa
Chicken cooked with potatoes, tomatoes and spices then topped with mozzarella cheese and egg.
South Indian Dahl Makhani
Urad dahl (lentils) and red kidney beans cooked with coconut, tomato and ground cashews.
South Indian Butter Chicken
Kerala's answer to this Persian/North Indian inspired Kiwi delicacy. Boneless chicken marinated overnight in a yoghurt and spice mix, cooked in a coconut base, with tomatoes and cashews (no cream) - a must try for the die hard Kiwi butter chicken fans.
Chickpeas & Pumpkin w Roasted Coconut
Chickpeas and pumpkin in a tomato base, flavoured with roasted coconut, shallots and kerala hers and spices.
Manchurian - Chicken or Beef
Batter fried chicken or beef, sauteed in a ginger and garlic mixture with tomato and soy sauce. Served medium or hotter!
Chicken & Spinach
Tender pieces of chicken cooked in fresh spinach and cashews ground together then sauteed with roasted garam masala and turmeric.
Avial - Mixed Vegetables
Considered an essential part of a traditional Kerala feast, Avial is a vegetarian's delight and made from a variety of mixed fresh vegetables like snake gourds, green banana, drum sticks and yams with a fresh grated coconut base.
Mushrooms w Green Peas
NZ mushrooms cooked with green peas, coriander, coconut and Keralal spices.
Lamb and fresh vegetables simmered in a light creamy coconut base and flavoured with whole black pepper, cardamom, cloves, ginger and fresh curry leaves.
Lamb Pepper Masala
This famous Kerala dish is from the southern province of Travancore. Tender lamb in a green capsicum pepper and coconut base with ginger, turmeric and cashews.
Aubergines in Roasted Coriander & Cashew
Fresh aubergines cooked in a base of roasted coriander seeds, coconut, chillies and roasted cashew nuts.
This is a Kerala Syrian Christian delicacy - pot roasted beef cubes mixed with spices and sauteed shaved coconut then lightly caramelized. It serves only medium or spicier.
An adaptation of Chinese cooking to suit Indian tastes. Batter fried florets are cooked with tomatoes and soya sauce with herbs and spices. It serves only medium or spicier.
Lamb or Beef Mappas
Tossed cubes of beef in a coconut base sauteed with South Indian garam masala, ground cashews and bay leaves.
South Indian Mixed Vege Korma
Fresh diced vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli, carrot, potatoes and green peas dressed in coconut and onion then sauteed with ground cashew nuts.
Moilee - Fish or Prawn
A light coconut based dish with an abundance of ginger, garlic, lemon juice and fresh tomato.
Tossed cubes of okra in a coconut base sauteed with South Indian garam masala, ground cashews and bay leaves.
Fish or Prawn w Green Mango
Boneless fish or prawns, cooked in a thick mix of coconut, tomato, fresh ginger, fresh curry leaves, onions and 'malabar tamarind' (Kokum).
A popular dish from the Southern state of Tamil Nadu. Chicken braised with tomatoes, onion and aromatic spices mixed in a traditional Chettinadu recipe.
Prawn or Fish w Roasted Coconut
Fish or prawns cooked with roasted coconut and tomatoes with mixed spices.
Fresh paneer (cottage cheese) cooked in fresh capsicum, onion and cashews ground together and sauteed with roasted cashew nuts.
Grilled Fish or Prawn in Banana Leaf
Seasonal fresh fish fillets topped with tomato salsa, pan fried and then baked in a banana leaf.
Goat w Fresh Sliced Coconut
Marinated goat pot roasted then sauteed with ginger, garlic, house spices, curry leaves and freshly sliced coconut. Served medium or hotter!
Kerala Duck Masala
Duck marinated for two hours with Kerala spices then roasted with onions and tomatoes.
Slow roasted sliced beef in a spicy aromatic masala with coconut bites and curry leaves.
A set of rice based foods made with spices, basmati rice and meat, fish, eggs or vegetables. Your choice of meat.
Thattu Dosa (2 piece)
Thick flat mini dosa with no fillings.
Kallappam (2 pieces)
Kerala pancake made from fermented rice and coconut milk batter. This is a staple food and a cultural synonym of Kerala.
Soft Kerala paratha cooked with fresh garlic
Made with fine flour using an ancient technique which involves weaving and puffing the dough so that the flat bread is formed of many layers before grilled on a tava.
Cheese & Garlic Paratha
Soft Kerala paratha cooked with fresh garlic and cheese.
Pappadams (3 pieces)
A Brahmin recipe of semolina, mango, cashew nuts and raisins. This is an auspicious pudding from the famous Krishna Temple of Kannur in Kerala.
A traditional Indian dessert made of balls of milk solids soaked in honey syrup.