Menu: Pearl of Bengal

These dishes are cooked with Pangasius fish, a boneless fillet from the Bay of Bengal. The fish dishes are highly recommended and are in great demand in restaurants all over Bangladesh because of their exquisite flavours.

Machli Biran

Pangasius fish fillets from the Bay of Bengal, shallow fried with a light spice and garnished with onion, capsicum and coriander.

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Machli Bombay Flame

A hot curry cooked with potato in a special chilli sauce known as naga chilli. Can be cooked to a Madras or Vindaloo strength.

£9.95

Machli Chini-Mirch

A beautiful combination of medium and mild spices, producing the taste between Bhuna and Masala.

£9.95

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Machli Korahi

An extensive use of spices cooked with onions, capsicum, herbs and coriander.

£9.95

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Machli Garlic Chilli

A hot dish with extensive use of garlic and green chilli, giving a special condensed sauce of hot strength.

£9.95

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Machli Tenga

Plum tomatoes mashed with garlic, coriander and lime, cooked in light spices.

£9.95

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Machli Shatkora

Pangasius fish fillet from the Bay of Bengal and the most famous citrus fruit of Sylhet. When they are cooked together the taste is indescribable. As seen on Rick Stein's show.

£9.95

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Machli Jalfrezi

A hot curry cooked with lots of onions, capsicum, chillies, coriander and herbs.

£9.95

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Machli Bhuna

A thoroughly garnished dish with onion, garlic, tomato and a few selected spices extensively treated to provide a dish of medium strength, a little condensed but one of the tastiest.

£9.95

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