Ala Carte Menu – Gufaa Raja

Starters

  • King Prawn Puri

    £6.50

    Large prawns delicately cooked with fresh tomatoes, ginger, garlic, cumin and blended spices. Served on hot fluffy wheat purl bread.

  • Prawn Puri

    £4.95

    Small prawns delicately cooked with fresh tomatoes, ginger, garlic, cumin and blended spices. Served on hot fluffy wheat pun bread.

  • Tandoori Murgh

    £4.25

    Among most famous Indian foods. tandoori chicken is loved by people in the world over. Barbecued chicken cooked in a clay oven.

  • Chilli Chicken

    £4.50

    Some like it hot. Diced chicken breast saut?ed in red onion, green chilli, soybean and green pepper.

  • Pudina Tikka

    £3.95

    Cubed boneless chicken breast marinated in fresh mint, coriander and a variety of spices, then cooked on bamboo skewers.

  • Reshmi Kebab

    £4.50

    Minced chicken with a variety of spices and coated with egg and cooked on a skewer in charcoal.

  • Afghani Murgh Malai Tikka

    £4.25

    Afghani influenced barbecued chicken tikka with flavours of fresh ginger, black cumin, cardamom and cottage cheese. No food colouring is used. A dish you must try.

  • Chicken '65

    £4.50

    Diced chicken cooked Hyderabadi style with green chillies, curry leaves and whc4e mustard seeds.

  • Adraki Lamb Chop Laziz

    £5.95

    Barbecued lamb chop cooked with fresh ginger, tamarind, green chilli and spring onions.

  • Aamchoori Jheenga

    £6.50

    Large prawns scented with dry mango powder in lightly spiced yoghurt, grilled in a clay oven.

  • Zaffrani Fish Tikka

    £5.50

    From a clay oven, tendered pieces of skillfully charcoal roasted salmon marinated with saffron and fresh herbs.

  • Punjabi Macchi

    £5.50

    Shallow fried marinated halibut with yoghurt, green chilli and ginger. Served with fresh mixed salad and fresh green coriander sauce.

  • Crab Potli

    £3.95

    Spicy crabmeat cooked with red pepper, lemon juice and then filled in white flour pastry and fried. Served with green salad.

  • Calamari Peri-Peri

    £4.95

    Squids marinated in pen-pen sauce and pan fried with green pepper and red onions.

  • Lamb Sula

    £4.95

    Tenderised lamb marinated in yoghurt, brown onion paste, ginger-garlic paste, garam masala, kasuri methi and red chilli powder and cooked over charcoal oven. Served with fresh mint chutney and lemon wedges.

  • Spicy Meat Balls

    £4.95

    Minced spiced lamb balls steamed and served in onion and tomato sauce.

Chicken Choice

  • Mungiwala Kukarh

    £8.50

    Breast of chicken simmered in bulb chilli, onion, tomato and raw mango sauce.

  • Rara Chicken

    £9.95

    Minced chicken and cubes of chicken tossed with cumin seed, coriander seed and Kashmiri spices. A Punjabi dish.

  • Chicken Banjara

    £8.95

    Spring chicken marinated in yoghurt, ginger, garlic and pan-fried with nutmeg, red chilli and coriander paste. A traditional Rajasthani dish.

  • Murgh Makfuzni

    £8.95

    A very popular dish found in most restaurants in Delhi where no chef ever dares to change the recipe. Tender boneless chicken cooked in a clay oven then simmered in butter and cream sauce, flavored with fenugreek and coriander.

  • Mandiurian Chooza

    £8.95

    Experience Laddakhi influence - small pieces of chicken tikka saut?ed with spring onion, tomatoes, green chilli, ginger paste, soya bean and fresh coriander. Quite hot.

  • X'cuti Chicken

    £8.95

    A Goan speciality wedding dish - chicken cooked in a sauce of grated coconut, yoghurt and red chillies. Ideal with white fluffy basmati rice.

  • Chef's Special Chicken Curry

    £8.95

    An exceptional chicken curry unique to Gufaa Raja. Our chef's special sauce is hot, sweet, sour and spicy. A firm favorite with many regular customers.

  • Murgh Jalfrezy

    £8.95

    Fresh chicken cooked with onion and green peppers using chat massala, black pepper, pomegranate seeds, cumin, mint, ginger and asafoetida.

  • Murgh Tikka Masala

    £8.95

    Britain's favourite chicken curry, chicken tikka in a masala sauce enriched with ground almond and fresh cream.

  • Stuffed Murgh Masala

    £10.95

    Breast of chicken stuffed with spicy tangy potatoes. onions and peas, served with fairly dry and medium hot sauce. One of Gufaa Raja's most popular dishes.

  • Murgh Razala

    £8.95

    Tender pieces of chicken cooked in a rich sauce of coconut cream, butter, garlic and aromatic sauces.

  • Murgh Tikka Bhuna

    £8.95

    Diced boneless chicken pieces grilled and saut?ed with chopped tomatoes, onions and green peppers.

  • Murgh Peshawari

    £8.95

    Diced pieces of chicken marinated in mango pulp, and cooked in white creamy onion and cashew nut sauce.

  • Murgh Sagrana

    £8.95

    An exceptional chicken dish unique to Bengal Lancer, cooked with cream and mild spices. This mild dish is prepared specially for weddings.

  • Murgh Dansak

    £7.95

    Diced Chicken cooked with fresh lentils, tamarind and a variety of spices. Tastes hot sweet and sour.

  • Murgh Madras / Vindaloo

    £7.95

    Spicy hot chicken dish cooked with crushed chilli sauce.

  • Murgh - Kaju Korma

    £7.95

    Tender chicken delicately cooked with ground almond, raisins, cashew nuts and saffron. Very mild, especially for you if you do not like spices.

Duck Choice

  • Seena Lazez

    £11.95

    Pan seared duck breast served with Rajasthani gravy.

  • Hass Jalfrezy

    £11.95

    Fresh duck cooked with onion and green peppers using chat massala (consists of black pepper, pomegranate seeds, cumin, mint, ginger and asafoetida)

  • Hass Vindaloo

    £11.95

    Duck curry cooked in thick vindaloo sauce (very hot). Not suitable for beginners.

  • Hass Muslam

    £11.95

    Duck cooked in specially home made white sauce using yoghurt and cashew nuts. A true Mughlai dish.

Fish and Seafood

  • Manglore Sea Food Curry

    £12.95

    Mussels, prawns, fish, squids cooked in raw mango sauce finished with coconut milk. A Manglorian speciality.

  • Haakh Gadh

    £10.95

    Fresh halibut cooked with garlic, kashmiri chilli, pure ghee and haakh (keshmiri spinach).

  • Golda Chingri Masala (N)

    £12.95

    Giant prawns fresh from the Bay of Bengal and baked in a clay oven, then gently skimmed in a spicy massala sauce.

  • Machi Masala

    £10.95

    This is a traditional dish from East Bengal stuffed with garlic black pepper and red chillies. A tribal dish cooked in massala sauce and topped with home made cheese, fresh cream and sesame seeds.

  • Goan Crab Bhunna

    £10.95

    Fresh minced crab cooked Goan style.

  • Jheenga Malai

    £12.95

    Giant prawns are marinated with freshly ground spices and saut?ed with tomato and onions, then complemented by the addition of a smooth cream.

  • Golda Chingri Dansak

    £11.95

    King prawns are cooked with fresh lentils and herbs. tastes hot, sweet and sour.

  • Fish Hara Masala

    £11.95

    Salmon fish cooked in a creamy coriander and tomato based sauce.

  • Jhinga Roshni Palak

    £12.95

    Giant prawns cooked in garlic flavoured spinach.

  • Jhinga Piri Piri

    £12.95

    Giant prawns pan fried Goan style in fierce red chilli and coconut based sauce.

  • Goan Fish Curry

    £10.95

    Diced pieces of Tilapia cooked in a tomato, coconut, coriander and curry leaf based sauce.

  • Masala Prawn Curry

    £8.95

    A stir-fry of prawns in thick masala gravy with crushed chilli and capsicum.

Lamb Delicacies

  • Dhaba Gosht

    £9.50

    Roadside famous dish with travelling drivers. A very spicy, but not hot, lamb curry with thick sauce, ideal for Laccha Paratha.

  • Gosht Chettinad

    £9.50

    From Tamilnadu in South India, this curry is quite fiery. Chettinad is a style of cooking that has it's root in Thamilnadu. This fiery curry is a fine example.

  • Dum Phukt Gosht

    £9.50

    A lamb escalope, half cooked in aromatic spices and then flavoured by sloe steaming in a sealed earthenware pot. This recipe is from hundreds of years ago during Mughal period.

  • Hyderabadi Raan Gosht

    £11.95

    Baby lamb leg marinated in red wine, garlic, ginger paste, green cardamoms, fennel seed, dry cockscomb flower, dry fenugreek leaves and chilli powder and then cooked in a slow fired oven. Highly recommended.

  • Gosht Palak Curry

    £8.95

    Diced lamb cooked with fresh spinach, red onion and fresh ginger.

  • Mathi Mazz

    £9.50

    A delicacy from the valley of Kashmir. minced lamb cooked with fresh spinach, dry fenugreek, red onion and Kashmiri red chilli powder.

  • Kashmiri Goshtaba

    £9.50

    Traditional Kashmiri recipe, lamb meatballs cooked with yoghurt, fennel, ginger, coriander and mild spices.

  • Kathi Kebab Masala

    £9.50

    A recipe stolen from the famous Nijam's Kathi kebab of Calcutta. Diced cubes of tender lamb on bamboo skewers cooked over charcoal and served with tangy curry brown sauce.

  • Karahi Fried Gosht

    £8.95

    Spicy lamb dish cooked on a slow heat with fried onions, capsicum, fresh ginger. spring onions and brown onions.

  • Rogan Josh

    £8.50

    A spicy, tender lamb dish cooked with yoghurt, ginger and garlic and flavoured with saffron and coriander.

  • Nawabi Lamb Masala

    £8.95

    Tender pieces of lamb cooked with whole fried garlic, cloves and massala sauce and sizzled with brown onions.

  • Satkari Gosht

    £8.95

    Lamb cooked in calamansi juice (wild lemon), lemon leaf and naga chilli. A superb dish with lots of flavor.

  • Lamb Pasanda

    £8.95

    A North Indian dish that uses tender pieces of thinly sliced lamb that has been marinated in spices. Cooked with cream cashew nuts and freshly ground ginger.

  • Kadi Gosht

    £8.95

    This hot lamb stew is made with whole coriander seed and crushed bulb chilli which gives it's unique flavour.

  • Lamb - Kaju Korma

    £8.50

    Tender lamb delicately cooked with ground almond, raisins, cashew nuts and saffron. Very mild, especially for you if you do not like spices.

  • Gosht Dhansak

    £8.50

    Tender pieces of lamb cooked with fresh lentils. tamarind and verity of spices. Tastes hot, sweet and sour.

  • Gosht Madras / Vindaloo

    £8.50

    Spicy hot Lamb dish cooked with crushed chilli sauce.

Biryani

Aromatic long grain Basmati rice cooked with a selection of meats, fish or vegetables served with vegetable curry.

  • Hyderabadi Dumpukth Lamb Biryani

    £11.95
  • Chicken Biryani

    £10.95
  • Mixed Seafood Biryani

    £13.95
  • Vegetable Biryani

    £8.95

Basmati Rice

  • Steamed White Rice

    £2.50

    Plain Basmati rice.

  • Lemon Rice

    £3.50

    Lemon flavoured rice. Cooked with curry leaf and whole mustard seeds.

  • Pulao Rice

    £2.50

    Fried Basmati rice.

  • Khumb - Makai Pulao

    £3.50

    Rice with mushroom and sweet corn.

  • Coconut Rice

    £3.50

    Freshly grated coconut cooked with white Basmati rice.

  • Spinach Rice

    £3.50

    Saffron flavored Basmati rice cooked with fresh spinach.

  • Special Fried Rice

    £3.50

    Basmati rice cooked with spring onion, egg and green peas.

Accompaniments

  • Plain or spicy popadom

    70p
  • Chutneys (per person)

    60p
  • Cucumber Raita ot Plain Dahi

    £2.95
  • Green Fresh Salad

    £2.95

Tandoor Wali Gali

(Bread- Selection)

  • Pudina Paratha

    £2.50

    Whole-wheat flour bread with mint.

  • Roomali Roti

    £2.50

    Soft unleavened bread.

  • Amritsari Masala Kulcha

    £2.75

    Flour bread filled with spicy potatoes.

  • Lachhedar Paratha

    £2.75

    Multi-layered bread of whole-wheat flour.

  • Plain Naan

    £2.75

    Unleavened bread.

  • Peshwari Naan

    £2.75

    A sweet bread stuffed with ground almonds.

  • Garlic Naan

    £2.75

    White flour bread with crushed garlic.

  • Keema Naan

    £2.75

    White flour bread stuffed with spicy minced lamb.

  • Bhatoora

    £2.50

    Deep fried white flour bread.

  • Tandoori Roti

    £1.75
  • Assorted Basket of Naan Breads

    Combination of naan breads served in a basket.

    £6.95

Tandoori and grill

  • Sea Bass

    £13.95

    Fresh Sea Bass marinated in Hydrabadi green spices and grilled over charcoal. Served with tangy sweet and sour sauce.

  • Adraki Lamb Chop Laziz

    £11.95

    Barbecued lamb chop cooked with fresh ginger, tamarind, green chilli and spring onions.

  • Jhinga Kebab

    £12.95

    Fresh giant ocean prawns marinated lightly in spices and cooked in a clay oven. Served sizzling hot.

  • Murgh Shaslick

    £9.95

    Lightly spiced chicken grilled in a clay oven, garnished with onion, tomatoes and papers.

  • Murgh Tikka

    £8.25

    Chicken grilled with onions and papers.

  • Tandoori Mixed Grill

    £11.95

    Marinated chicken, lamb, fish and seekh kebab, barbecued in a clay oven over charcoal and served on a hot sizzler.

  • Tandoori Murgh

    £8.25

    Among most famous Indian foods, tandoori chicken is loved by people in the world over. Barbecued chicken cooked in a clay oven.

  • Zaffrani Fish Tikka

    £12.50

    From clay oven, tendered pieces of skillfully charcoal roasted salmon marinated with saffron and fresh herbs.

  • Afghani Murgh Malai Tikka

    £8.95

    Afghani influenced barbecued chicken tikka with flavours of fresh ginger, black cumin, cardamom and cottage cheese, no food colouring is used. A dish must try.

  • Charcoal Roasted Duck

    £12.95

    Duck marinated in various fresh spices and yoghurt and roasted in a clay oven. Served sizzling hot.

Vegetarian Starters

  • Paneer Tikka

    £4.50

    Indian cottage cheese marinated with spices and herbs grilled in a clay oven.

  • Chilla Paneer

    £4.95

    Chunks of cottage cheese saut?ed in red onion, green chilli, soybean and green pepper. Quite spicy

  • Onion Bhaji

    £3.50

    Crispy fritters of onion, potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Served with salad.

  • Punjabi Samosa

    £4.50

    A famous evening snack. Deep fried white flour pastry, filled with spicy potatoes. Served with fresh mint and coriander sauce.

  • Paneer Chat

    £4.95

    An absolutely delightful snack, an ideal accompaniment to drinks or as a first course. Paneer with cayenne pepper, black salt, roasted cumin, dried mango and chopped mint served with red-hot chutney.

  • Harra Tawa Kebab

    £3.95

    Vegetable patties made of potato, green peas, lentils and spinach coated with breadcrumbs and deep-fried.

  • Vegetable Kebab Sultanpuri

    £3.95

    Minced vegetable kebab in spices and cooked on skewer in a clay oven.

  • Aloo Took

    £3.75

    Baby Potatoes cooked with dry mango powder, red chilli and black pepper.

  • Broccoli Pakora

    £3.95

    Spiced fresh broccoli florets, deep fried in butter until crisp.

  • Palak Patta-Aloo Chatt

    £3.95

    Spicy fresh spinach, potatoes with coriander, mint yoghurt and tamarind sauce on a bed of crispy purl bread.

  • Vegetable Platter Select

    A combination of vegetable starters, prepared from our kitchen. Served with fresh garden salad and dips.

    (3 to 4 persons) £15.95

Vegetarian Tour of India

The population of India are predominantly vegetarian, and the art of vegetable cooking is found in every household. Enhance your meal with some of our vegetable side dishes. Gufaa Raja brings specialties from various parts of India to give you a wide choice of dishes.

  • Bhagare Begun

    £3.95

    Baby aubergine saut?ed in mustard oil with spices. A dish from Bengal.

  • Bihari Mirchi Aloo

    £3.95

    Spicy baby potatoes with green chilli and black cumin seed. A special potato dish from the Bihar State.

  • Bhinda Bhujia

    £3.95

    Ladies fingers with onion and spices, cooked to perfection. Seasonal vegetables from Delhi Territory.

  • Punjabi Chole

    £3.95

    Chickpeas in spicy tangy Chana Masala with onion and green chilli - a popular dish from the Punjab State.

  • Dal Makhni

    £3.95

    Black lentils cooked on a slow fire, tossed with onion and fresh butter. Dhaba roadside speciality.

  • Khumb Nagpuri

    £3.95

    Fresh button mushrooms cooked with tomatoes, onions and spicy sauce. A dish from Madhya Pradesh.

  • Rajasthani Aloo Dum

    £3.95

    Potatoes in spicy sweet and sour sauce. From the Marwari community of Rajasthan.

  • Bombay Aloo

    £3.95

    Potatoes in mild tomato sauce.

  • Sag Paneer

    £3.95

    Fresh spinach and curd cheese.

  • Gobhi Aloo Masala

    £3.95

    Cauliflower and potatoes.

  • Aloo Palak

    £3.95

    Fresh spinach served with baby potatoes.

  • Broccoli Masala

    £3.95

    Broccoli cooked with a specialty made sauce, consists of tamarind, pink nuts, onion seeds and curry leaves. A Hyderabadi speciality.

  • Roshni Palak

    £3.95

    Spinach leaf is very nutritious. In this dish it is served with aniseed and garlic.

  • Paneer Tikka Butter Masala

    £4.50

    Cubes of paneer tikka cooked in makhani sauce.

  • Vegetable Jaipuri

    £3.75

    Mixed vegetables cooked with sweet and sour tomatoes and pineapple

  • Tarka Dal

    £3.75

    Soft yellow lentils cooked with fresh ginger and garlic, stir fried with onion and tomato.

  • Makai Palak

    £3.75

    Fresh spinach cooked with sweet corn and a hint of garlic.

  • Paneer Lababdar

    £4.95

    Cubes of fresh cottage cheese cooked in an onion and tomato based sauce, finished to a creamy texture.

  • Onion Bhaji

    £3.95

    Crispy fritters of onion, potatoes and seasonal vegetables