There are also dishes with the blend of Indian and Chinese, vegan soup:
- Sesame Fingers .Mixed vegetables on bread strips, finished with homemade garlic sauce.
- Veg Spring Roll .Recipe learnt during training days introducing now in Indian Accent.
- Honey Cauliflower. Florets of cauliflower cooked in special homemade honey sauce.
- Vegetable Tambora . Deep fried vegetables cooked in homemade garlic sauce.
- Veg Manchurian (Choice of Cauliflower, Veg, Cheese). Only one word for this recipe, YUMMY ……
- Mushroom Manchurian. Mushrooms stuffed with cheese and potato deep fried and sautéed in sauce.
- Cheese Chilli .Cottage Cheese cooked with onion, capsicum and green chili in soy sauce.
The main course menu for non- vegan:
- Butter Chicken. Tender pieces of chicken cooked in creamy tomato gravy.
- Chicken Tikka Masala. Chicken Tikka cooked in thick tomato gravy, with plenty of „oomph‟ in it.
- RarhaMurg (Chicken). Meat cooked in spicy thick gravy, with dash of alcohol, to tingle your taste buds (you can choose between lamb meat and beef)
- Murg (chicken)Shahi Korma. Meat cooked in gravy of special herbs, spices and nuts used in the shahi kitchen (you can choose between lamb meat and beef).
- Chicken Jalfrezi. Chicken, capsicum and onion cooked in onion tomato gravy.
- KarahiChicken. Meat sautéed with thick cut pieces of onion & capsicum, cooked in onion gravy & spices with a dash of cream (you can choose between lamb meat and beef).
- Murg (chicken)Amritsari . Meat cooked in yoghurt, “Straight from the heart of Punjab (you can choose between lamb meat and beef).
- Meat simmered in gravy of pureed spinach, A Delicacy of Punjab (you can choose between lamb meat and beef).
- MurgTak-a-Tak. Meat, diced onion and capsicum, cooked in spicy tomato gravy (you can choose between lamb meat and beef).
- Chicken Reshami Masala . Boneless chicken pieces cooked in an exotic curry variation using cashew nuts.
For vegans, of course the following Indian dishes are made for you:
- Dal Makhni. Black lentils stewed, seasoned with butter and spices.
- Dal Fry. Black & yellow lentils cooked on slow heat, seasoned with sautéed onion, ginger, garlic and tomatoes, then garnished with coriander.
- AlooJeera (All Time Favourite). Potatoes sautéed in special Indian species.
- Chana Masala. Chick Peas cooked in thick gravy.
- Bhartha (Mashed Eggplant). Eggplant roasted in Tandoor and mixed with masala.
- Mixed Vegetable. Fresh seasonal vegetables cooked in ginger/garlic and mix of spices.
- Vegetable Anguri . Mixed vegetable balls cooked in Chef’s special gravy.
- Cottage cheese, Diced onion and capsicum, seasoned with spices and cooked in onion gravy.
- Balls of cottage cheese and potatoes, cooked in nutty gravy.
- Mushroom Matar Masala. Mushroom and peas cooked in onion gravy.
- PalakPaneer. Dhaba style spinach and cheese cubes curry.
- Cottage cheese cooked in a cashew nut based gravy, exotic spices from the shahi kitchen.
- Paneer Butter Masala. Cubes of cottage cheese cooked in tomato and cream gravy.
- Vegetable Korma. Mixed vegetables cooked in an exotic curry variation using cashew nut base.
- Vegetable Jalfrezi. Vegetables, capsicum and onion cooked in onion tomato gravy.
If you are partial for the succulent, yet exotic Sea Food dishes:
- Fish Curry. Fish cooked in authentic and traditional Dhaba style curry.
- Fish Masala. Specially marinated fish, cooked in onion gravy to perfection.
- Prawn Butter Masala. Marinated prawns cooked in creamy tomato gravy.
- Prawn Kashmiri Masala. Prawns cooked in cashew nut based gravy.
- Fish Amritsari. Fish pieces cooked in ginger, garlic curry with yoghurt base.
Here’s more… the very promising Tawa delicacies:
- Tawa Chicken Tikka. Chicken marinated in yoghurt and spices, and cooked on the hot plate with special masala spices.
- Tawa Lamb Tikka. Tender lamb cubes marinated in yoghurt & spices, cooked on hot plate with special masala spices.
- TawaPaneer Tikka. Cottage cheese cooked on the hot plate with special masala Spices.
- TawaGobhi Masala. Pieces of cauliflower cooked on the hot plate with special masala Spices.
- Tawa Prawn Tikka. Marinated Prawns cooked on the hot plate with special masala Spices.
Now, let’s stop here, Aucklanders. We still need you to crave for more of Indian Accent’s food catalog, and we know you do. So here’s the tip: Satisfy that inner need and visit Indian Accent, Auckland. Surely, you will never be short of lovely memories. For sure, you’ll be wearing that signature smile that every customer wears as they leave the premises of Indian Accent. It’s the smile that tells the whole world about the best restaurant in Auckland.