WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO SHARE, IS REAL INDIAN FOOD. 

Since Dad first arrived back in 1981, we have never tasted a Makhani sauce like ours in the whole of the UK. We would go as far and say that ours may just be the best that even Delhi had to offer in its hay day and current day.

My fathers’ career started in Delhi’s first ever-Indian restaurant. On his time in Old Delhi on the circuit, he has worked his way up in the prestigious Claridges in Delhi, Taj Hotel, Head Chef of Air India’s Flight kitchen in the 1970s.

As chefs from my father’s era rapidly approach their eighties, for a fear of losing these recipes, I had made it my life’s ambition to restore what we know as Indian food in the UK. 

 These are not the type of recipes a well-versed home cook or group of Indian aunties can produce. We are here to champion authenticity and share the historical antiquity of Old- Delhi’s culinary food scene; where our story first began”.

 “For a fear of losing these recipes, I have made it my life’s ambition, to restore what we know as Indian food. The past 17 years have been devoted to learning the craft from my father. Not the type of recipes a well-versed home cook or group of Indian aunties can produce. This is the holy grail of old- Delhi’s culinary food scene, where our story first began”. – Amit Panwar