A Menu Overflowing with Truly Delicious Food

Nibbles

Nibbles

  • Poppodum (Normal or Spicy)

    £ 1.25

    With a range of pickles and chutneys.

Starters

Starters

  • Garlic Chicken Tikka

    £4.95

    Chicken marinated in garlic, ginger, and hung yoghurt, cooked in the clay oven, and served with salad.

  • Tandoori-Spiced Lamb Chops

    £6.50

    Spiced lamb chop with a chilled herb and yoghurt dip makes a delicious combination.

  • Gilafi Seekh Kebab

    £4.95

    Minced lamb kebab with exotic spices, tricolour peppers, and coriander cooked in the clay oven.

  • Chicken / Lamb Tikka

    £4.95 / £5.95

    Tender, boneless chicken or lamb marinated in hung yoghurt, herbs, and spices then barbecued in the clay oven.

  • Calamari

    £6.50

    A ring of calamari fried and tossed in bell peppers, onion, and chilli flakes and finished with honey.

  • Tandoori Chicken Wings

    £4.95

    Chicken wings marinated in a special blend of herbs and spices and served with coriander chutney.

  • Soft-Shell Crab

    £6.95

    Soft-shell crab dipped in a spicy batter of cornflour and basin flour, deep fried, and served with tomato and red pepper chutney.

  • Onion and Spinach Bhajia (V)

    £4.75

    Seasoned onion and spinach battered with gram flour, fried in butter, and served with tamarind chutney.

  • Panjabi Vegetable Samosa (V) *

    £4.75

    Pyramid-shaped, short-crust pastries filled with a delicious and authentic blend of spicy potatoes and peas and served with tamarind sauce.

  • Chilli Paneer (V) *

    £5.75

    Cottage cheese cubes sautéed with peppers and spring onion and finished with tomato chilli sauce.

  • Drunken Prawn

    £6.75

    Cider-infused tiger prawns sautéed with chopped peppers, tomato, and spring onion.

Key

V – Suitable for Vegetarians
* = Spicy
* * = Extra Spicy
Please note that all of our meats are halal.

Urban Kohinoor Specials

Urban Kohinoor Specials

  • Tandoori Mixed Grill

    £14.95

    A selection of Urban special lasooni chicken, boti kebab, gilafi seekh kebab, and malabari prawn served with coriander and tomato chutney.

  • Salmon and Dill Tikka

    £14.95

    Salmon cubes marinated in Urban special spices, blended with dill and lemon, barbecued in the clay oven, and served with tomato chutney.

  • Tandoori Chicken

    Half £8.95, Full £13.95

    Spring chicken on the bone marinated in traditional tandoori mix and grilled in the clay oven.

  • Chicken Shashlik

    £11.95

    Tender pieces of chicken marinated in specially selected spices, barbecued in the clay oven with onion and mixed peppers, and served with coriander and tomato chutney.

  • Malabar Tiger Prawn

    £14.95

    King-size prawns blended with fresh coconut, exotic spices, and hung yoghurt, grilled in the clay oven, finished with coriander, and served with coriander and tomato chutney.

  • Kothmir Paneer Tikka (V)

    £11.50

    Chargrilled cottage cheese spicily marinated in coriander and green herbs and cooked along with coloured peppers.

  • Butter Chicken Masala

    £10.25

    Tandoor-grilled chicken tikka prepared in rich tomato and butter gravy and scented with kasoori methi.

  • Malabar Chicken Curry

    £11.95

    A famous South Indian curry cooked with fennel, chilli, and coconut.

  • Beef Sukka

    £13.95

    Shin meat cooked with fenugreek seed, cardamom, fennel seed, and cumin powder and finished with coconut, curry leaves, and chopped cilantro.

  • Safroni Nihari Gosht

    £16.95

    Lamb shank slowly cooked with exotic spices, finished with saffron and kewra water, and served with rice and cocktail garlic coriander kulcha. The staple food of Goa, fish curry made in this style is tangy and spicy with a tamarind and coconut milk base. The cuisine of Goa is influenced by its Hindu origins, 400 years of Portuguese colonialism, and modern techniques. The state is frequently visited by tourists for its beaches and historic sites, so its food has an international aspect.

  • Tiger Prawn Alleppey

    £14.95

    Tiger prawns cooked in a clever blend of raw mango, fresh ginger, curry leaves, and coconut milk. Alleppey is a spicy prawn and coconut dish of possible Portuguese and/or Kerala origin. It is common in India and Malaysia. During the times of the British Empire, it was spread into other places of South East Asia, such as Singapore.

  • Chettinad Prawn Masala

    £14.95

    Tiger prawns cooked with a classic recipe of Chettinad (roast-dry red chillies, kalpasi, coconut, poppy seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, black pepper, onion, and garlic in gingelly oil and ground to a paste). Chettinad cuisine is the cuisine of the Chettinad region of the Tamil Nadu state in South India.

Old Favourite Curries

Chicken – £9.95
Lamb – £11.95
Prawn – £14.95

Old Favourite Curries

  • Jalfrezi

    Cooked with diced onions, mixed diced bell peppers, and fresh green chillies and finished with lemon juice. Jalfrezi recipes originally appeared in cookbooks of the British Raj as a way of using up leftovers (a practice taboo to Hindus) by frying them in lots of chilli and onion. This English language usage derived from the colloquial Bengali word ‘Jhālpharezī’.

  • Goan Vindaloo

    Vindaloo is an Indian curry dish popular in the region of Goa. Derived from the Portuguese dish ‘’Vinhand’ Alhos’’, which means marinated in wine vinegar, garlic, and fresh ginger, soaked overnight, then cooked with red Kashmiri chillies and spices.

  • Dhansak

    This dish is kind of a lentil, thick, and very slightly sweet curry with chilli and lemon juice. Dhansak is a popular Indian dish, especially among the Parsi Zoroastrian community. It combines elements of Persian and Gujarati cuisine. Dhansak is made by cooking meat with a mixture of lentils and a powerful kick of chilli.

  • Karahi

    Cooked with sliced onions, sliced ginger, capsicum, tomatoes, fresh herbs, and special karahi spice (crushed coriander seeds and black pepper).

Main Courses

Main Courses

  • Chicken Tikka Masala

    £9.95

    Cooked in a wonderful combination of plum tomatoes, butter, creamy coconut, almonds, and cashew nut sauce.

  • Kashmiri Rogan Josh

    £10.95

    Braised spring lamb chunks cooked in scented aromatic spices, shallots, Kashmiri chilli, and rich tomato gravy.

  • Authentic Madras Chicken Curry

    £9.95

    Chicken cooked in fairly hot spices, tomato, and cumin and finished with chopped coriander. Madras curry is said to originate from the South of India and gets its name from the city that was known as Madras (now Chennai) when English merchants arrived there in 1640. However, the name ‘Madras curry’ is not used in India, but was invented by restaurants in Britain.

  • Saag Chicken

    £9.95

    Chicken cooked with a wonderful combination of pureed spinach with fresh herbs and spices. Saag is more common in the North Indian provinces of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh as well as in the Pakistani and Indian region of Punjab.

  • Chicken Korma

    £9.95

    Chicken cooked in ground almonds and creamy coconut sauce.

Biriyanis

A traditional aromatic, Persian, one–pot, saffron-infused rice dish prepared with various spices, garnished with mint, coriander, and fried onion, and served with curry sauce.

Biriyanis

  • Chicken Biryani

    £11.95

  • Lamb Biryani

    £12.95

  • King Prawn Biryani

    £14.95

  • Vegetable Biryani (V)

    £10.25

Vegetarian

Vegetarian

  • Vegetable Korma (V)

    £8.95

    Mixed vegetables cooked in ground almonds and creamy coconut sauce.

  • Kadai Paneer (V)

    £8.95

    Cottage cheese cubes and coarsely crushed spices stir fried with peppers and onion.

  • Aloo Pindi Chana (V)

    £8.95

    Soft chickpeas and potatoes cooked with spicy semi-dry masala.

  • Dal Makhani (V)

    £8.95

    Protein-rich mixed lentils and aromatic ground whole spices stew simmered overnight over charcoal and finished with a touch of cream.

  • Paneer Makhanwala (V)

    £8.95

    Paneer (cottage cheese) simmered in rich tomato and butter gravy and scented with kasoori methi.

Side Orders

Side Orders

  • Punjabi Salad (V)

    £2.95

    Sliced red onion, green chili, tomatoes, cucumber, and lemon wedges sprinkled with chat masala.

  • Onion, Cucumber, and Carrot Raita (V)

    £2.95

    Seasoned fresh yogurt mixed with chopped cucumber, onion, carrots, and mint leaves.

  • Saag Aloo / Paneer (V)

    £5.25

    Spinach lightly curried in garlic, tomato, and ground spices with potato or paneer.

  • Bindi Bhaji (V)

    £5.258

    Okra cooked with diced onion and ginger and finished with tomato masala.

  • Bombay Aloo (V)

    £5.25

    Potatoes slow cooked with cumin, garlic, tomato, onion, and fresh coriander leaves.

  • Aloo Gobi (V)

    £5.25

    Potatoes slow cooked with cauliflower, cumin, garlic, tomato, onion, and fresh coriander leaves.

  • Tarka Dal (V)

    £5.25

    A chana dal and red lentil preparation made into an exotic dish with garlic, cumin seeds, and whole red chillies and finished with coriander leaves.

Breads and Rice

Breads and Rice

  • Steamed Rice

    £2.75

    Steamed basmati rice.

  • Pilau Rice

    £2.95

    Saffron-flavoured basmati rice.

  • Mushroom and Garlic Rice

    £2.95

    Sautéed garlic and mushroom basmati rice.

  • Plain Naan

    £2.75

    Piping hot naan bread fresh from the clay oven.

  • Keema Naan

    £3.10

    Freshly baked naan bread filled with minced meat.

  • Flavoured Naan

    £3.10

    Garlic and coriander (or) cheese (or) chilli and coriander.

  • Peshwari Naan

    £3.10

    Freshly baked naan bread filled with coconut, almond, cashew nuts, sultana, and glazed cherry.

  • Lachha Paratha

    £3.25

    Layered whole-wheat bread baked in the tandoor.

  • Tandoori Roti

    £2.75

    Wheat flour flatbread baked in the tandoor.

Desserts

Desserts

  • Kulfi Ice-Cream

    £4.95

    Kulfi is a popular, traditional Indian subcontinental ice cream of mango, malai, and pistachio.

  • Ras Malai

    £4.95

    Ras malai consists of sugary white-, cream-, or yellow-coloured (or flattened) balls of paneer soaked in malai (clotted cream) and flavoured with cardamom.

  • Dark Chocolate and Lemon Pave

    £4.95

    Served with mango coulis.

  • Dessert of the Day

    £4.95

Contact us now to find out more about the delicious food served at our Indian restaurant in Bristol, Avon.

Party Menu 1 – £25.95 per Person

Minimum Four Persons

Nibble

Party Menu 1 – £25.95 per Person - Nibble

  • Poppodum (Normal or Spicy).

    With a range of pickles and chutneys.

Starters

Party Menu 1 – £25.95 per Person - Starters

  • Tandoori-Spiced Lamb Chops

    Spiced lamb chop with a chilled herb and yoghurt dip makes a delicious combination.

  • Garlic Chicken Tikka

    Chicken marinated in garlic, ginger, and hung yoghurt, cooked in the clay oven, and served with salad.

  • Malabar Tiger Prawn

    King-size prawns blended with fresh coconut, exotic spices, and hung yoghurt, grilled in the clay oven, and finished with coriander.

  • Onion and Spinach Bhajia (V)

    Seasoned onion and spinach battered with gram flour, fried in butter, and served with tamarind chutney.

Main Courses

All dishes are served with assorted naan bread (garlic, plain, and peshwari) and saffron pilau rice.

Party Menu 1 – £25.95 per Person - Main Course

  • Chicken Tikka Masala

    Cooked in a wonderful combination of plum tomatoes, butter, creamy coconut, almonds, and cashew nut sauce.

  • Goan Fish Curry

    The staple food of goa. Fish curry made in this style is tangy and spicy with a tamarind and coconut milk base.

  • Lamb Madras

    Lamb cooked in fairly hot spices, tomato, and cumin and finished with chopped coriander.

  • Bombay Aloo (V)

    Potatoes slow cooked with cumin, garlic, tomato, onion, and fresh coriander leaves.

Dessert

Party Menu 1 – £25.95 per Person - Dessert

  • Chef's Dessert of the Day

Party Menu 2 - £20.95 per Person

Minimum Four Persons

Nibble

Party Menu 2 - £20.95 per Person - Nibble

  • Poppodum (Normal or Spicy)

    With a range of pickles and chutneys.

Starters

Party Menu 2 - £20.95 per Person - Starter

  • Chicken Tikka

    Tender, boneless chicken marinated in hung yoghurt, herbs, and spices then barbecued in the clay oven.

  • Boti Kebab

    Tender, boneless lamb marinated in hung yoghurt, herbs, and spices then barbecued in the clay oven and served with coriander chutney.

  • Panjabi Vegetable Samosa (V)

    Pyramid-shaped, short-crust pastries filled with a delicious and authentic blend of spicy potatoes and peas and served with tamarind sauce.

Main Courses

All dishes are served with assorted naan bread (garlic or plain) and saffron pilau rice.

Party Menu 2 - £20.95 per Person - Main Course

  • Butter Chicken Masala

    Tandoor-grilled chicken tikka prepared in rich tomato and butter gravy and scented with kasoori methi.

  • Lamb Jalfrezi

    Lamb cooked with diced onions, mixed diced bell peppers, and fresh green chillies, finished with lemon juice. Jalfrezi recipes originally appeared in cookbooks of the British Raj as a way of using up leftovers (a practice taboo to Hindus) by frying them in lots of chilli and onion. This English language usage derived from the colloquial Bengali word ‘Jhālpharezī’.

  • Tarka Dal (V)

    A chana dal and red lentil preparation made into an exotic dish with garlic, cumin seeds, and whole red chillies and finished with coriander leaves.

Dessert

Party Menu 2 - £20.95 per Person - Dessert

  • Dark Chocolate and Lemon Pave

    Served with fruit coulis.