A new set lunch menu is now available from Trishna London. The Marylebone-based restaurant offers an up-market, London take on Mumbai’s iconic seafood eaterie Trishna.
The food is based on the marine life found in the North Sea and the Channel, and in tune with its chic, Marylebone village location, the restaurant is designed in a sophisticated, contemporary Western style.
Costing an amazing £17.50 for three courses or £19.50 for four, the new lunch menu offers diners an overview of some of head chef Ravi Deulkar’s innovations.
Previously head chef of Michelin-starred Rasoi Vineet Bhatia in Chelsea, Ravi says: ‘This is Indian food, but probably not as you know it. Light, healthy and utterly delicious it is as far removed as possible from the ghee-laden, overly sweetened curries that Brits tend to be familiar with.
‘As our new lunch menu illustrates, Indian seafood cuisine is spectacularly diverse. The subcontinent’s coastline states, like Goa, Kerala, Maharashtra and Karnataka, are renowned for their flavourful spicy dishes made from the bountiful marine life of the Indian Ocean. At Trishna London we offer contemporary interpretations of this tradition, using the finest British fish and seafood.”
Trishna London opened on Blandford Street last month. The Mumbai original is considered by many food critics to be one of the greatest seafood restaurants in the world.
To complement the cuisine, there is a diverse fine wine and champagne list with a strong old world focus from niche producers. A specialist selection of beers includes some exclusive Indian and European varieties.
For more information, please visit: www.trishnalondon.com
The new set lunch menu in full:
3 courses for £17.50
4 courses for £19.50
Mixed Vegetable Pakora
Yellow Lentil, Coriander leaf and onion, tamarind chutney
Spiced rice flour, lime zest, chilli salt
Mint coriander and green chilli masala,
charred tomato kachumber
Isle of Wight Plaice
Fried with coastal spices served with crushed pea and mint
Isle of Shuna Mussels
Simmered in a coconut and turmeric masala
Erdinger Weiss Bier £3.80
Curry leaf and roasted white lentil marinade
Woodcutter’s Semillon Torbreck Vintners, Barossa V., Australia 2006 £6.20
Mango rice pudding with a sweet chilli coulis