Tamarind, the Indian restaurant in Mayfair. From this month, a new wine tasting menu – pairing fragrantly spiced Indian cuisine with fine wines is available.

For just £48 per person, discerning diners can enjoy a superlative four-course meal, with each course meticulously matched to a specific glass of wine. Tea, coffee and petit fours are also included.

The new wine pairing menu will change regularly, according to the availability of seasonal ingredients, but here is the inaugural one:

Grilled Scallops Flavoured with mixed peppercorns and fennel, topped with oven roasted peppers in olive oil, served on spiced tomato chutney

Paired with: Chateau Sainte Marguerite, Côte de Provence rosé, Cru Classé 2008 – France
Monkfish marinated with coriander, lime-leaf, green chilli, roasted gram flour and spices; served with a salad of rocket and chard leaf in a chaat masala dressing

Paired with: Riesling Thelema Mountain Vineyard 2006 – South Africa
Grilled Lamb cutlets simmered in a sauce of browned onion, spices, yoghurt and Kashmiri chillies; braised rice with cumin and saffron; Cup mushrooms and corn kernels in spinach

Paired with: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Jorio Umani Ronchi 2006 – Italy
Carrot fudge with melon seeds and raisins, topped with
silver leaf and pistachio; Vanilla ice cream

Paired with: Chateau Cabidos Petit Menseng Doux 2005 – France