Welcome to our new 'On-Line' ordering platform.
For your convenience you can now place your takeaway order here.
The prices shown include 10% Discount for takeaway.
Join our Dinners club for extra discount !

NOTE - You will need to collect your order from Kutis Noorani
(Please allow 30 - 45 minutes for our chefs to prepare your food)

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Mains from the Hob

  • Masala

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    Infamous masala sauce made from coconut, almond, garlic, ginger, turmeric, garam masala, coriander and cumin mixed with yogurt and cream to give smooth velvety texture.

  • Madras

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    Cooked in a creamy mild sauce combining almond and coconut.

  • Pasanda

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    Cooked with garlic, pureed tomato, yogurt, cream blended with peanut and almond.

  • Jalfrezy

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    Cooked with green chillies, peppers, roasted onion and lime juice finished with fresh coriander.

  • Biryani

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    A combination of ground spices cooked with basmati rice, garnished with crispy onions, served with bhuna vegetable curry

  • Bhuna

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    A distinctive combination of ground spices, tomatoes and onions

  • Madras

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    Tomato based sauce, with roasted ground spices, garlic and ginger

  • Makhani

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    Makhani Masala is the very aromatic butter-based tomato and cream sauce, seasoned with spices and herbs. Finished with yoghurt and lime juice

  • Rogan Josh

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    Flavoured with garlic, ginger and cloves, bay leaves, cardamom, and cinnamon. Garnished with pan fried tomato and caramelised onions

  • Karahi

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    Prepared in a reduced tomato and green-chilli base, a karahi is a popular late-night meal in Pakistani cuisine, usually consumed with naan.

  • Saag

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    This is one of most delicious north Indian traditional dish. It is an amazing combination of meat or seafood and spinach. When the meat/seafood is combined with spinach and cooked together with onion, garlic and tomatoes it makes a great tasting main meal

  • Balti

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    Balti is a thin, pressed-steel wok called a ‘Balti Bowl’. Balti curries are cooked quickly using vegetable oil rather than ghee, over high heat in the manner of a stir-fry, and any meat is used off the bone. This combination differs sharply from a traditional one-pot Indian curry which is simmered slowly all day. Balti sauce is based on garlic and onions, with turmeric and garam masala, among other spices