Don't deny your cravings !
Indulge in one of these all-time favorite delicious treats. Designed and delivered directly from our kitchen to your table. It's all freshly prepared on site and delivered to your table.
Samosa Chaat.
Most popular in street stands, samosa chaat is lip smatteringly addictive- spicy, tangy, sweet and packed with freshly ground spices. Talk about Street Food and we all start drooling!! No matter what time of the day it is, I can reach out for that bowl of awesomeness – Samosa Chole Chaat . Yay or Nay Guys?
Samosa Chaaat

Falooda

Falooda is a cold dessert popular in the Asian subcontinent.  Traditionally it is made from mixing rose, syrup, vermicelli, sweet basil seeds and pieces of jelly with milk.  Often it is topped off with a large scoop of ice cream.  The vermicelli used for preparing falooda is made from wheat, arrowroot, cornstarch or sago.

Falooda is not just a drink but a meal in itself. The ingredients like soaked Subja Seeds have a cooling effect on the body. The choice of ice cream and jelly used, combine to make it the final taste.

Rasmalai

Rasmalai is a dessert originating from the Bengal region of the Indian subcontinent.  The name ras malai is the Hindi cognate which comes from two words in Bengali: rosh, meaning "juice", and malai, meaning "cream". It has been described as "a rich cheesecake without a crust". 

Rasmalai is an easy and delicious sweet recipe, which is loved by almost everyone! This scrumptious dessert is quite popular in Pakistani households and is made during various festivals and special occasions like Eid.

Kheer

Kheer is a Pakistani form of rice pudding popular in many households. It is made by boiling rice, broken wheat, tapioca, or vermicelli with milk and sugar; it is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios or almonds. It is typically served during a meal or as a dessert.

Rice was known to the Romans, and possibly introduced to Europe as a food crop, dating as early as the 8th or 10th Century AD, and so the recipe for the popular English rice pudding is believed by some to be descended from kheer.

Jalebi

Jalebi, also known as zulbia and zalabia, is a sweet popular food in some parts of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa. It is made by deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup.

This dessert can be served warm or cold. They have a somewhat chewy texture with a crystallised sugary exterior coating. Citric acid or lime juice is sometimes added to the syrup, as well as rose water.

Doodh Jalebi

If you fancy your Jalebi with a twist, then Doodh Jalebi is for you. We soak jalebis overnight in milk, and make a wholesome dish of doodh jalebi, which not only tastes great but is extremely nutritious.

Doodh Jalebi is also popular in the winter, especially for those looking for a snack late at night, it will warm you up and keep you warm through the night while you sleep.  For centuries we have all known the benefit of warm milk and how it affects a good nights sleep, its full of rehydrating energy, even more than water!

Gulab Jaman & Ice Cream

Amazing combination of hot gulab jamun in cold vanilla ice cream. Gulab Jamun are the hot favourite sweet of Asian subcontinent, liked in every season and served for any good reason. The term gulab jamun comes from persian word, gulab (rose water scented syrup) and a Pakistani word called jaman, a south asian fruit with a similar size and shape.

Jamun must be hot.  It is a challenge to devour & relish the dessert before the ice cream melts.  A spoonful of this dessert in your mouth will taste sweet  followed by chill of the ice cream.

Gajrela

Gajrela is a carrot-based sweet dessert pudding from the Asian subcontinent. It is made by placing grated carrots in a pot containing a specific amount of water, milk and sugar and then cooking while stirring regularly. It is often served with a garnish of almonds and pistachios. The nuts and other items used are first sautéed in ghee, a Asian clarified butter.

Gajrela is a popular dessert all over Pakistan and often served at most festivals and events.  It's very sweet and has a low fat content.

Cheesecake

Delicious, creamy, smooth, divine... the adjectives that describe the taste of cheesecake are descriptive and hunger provoking. Whatever word you use to describe it, cheesecake is one dessert that brings a decadent finish to a meal.

A perfect classic cheesecake recipe with a cracking crust! If you like cheesecake, this is the best homemade classic cheesecake you will have anywhere.  We have different flavours for you to choose one, and it's even better with your favourite choice of ice cream!

Chana With Paratha (2)

Whether eaten as a snack, main meal or even for breakfast, this tangy chickpea curry is arguably the most popular vegetarian dish in Pakistan.

hana masala, chole masala, channay, chholay – so many names for such a simple dish. A dollop of comfortingly bolstering pulses bathed in a thick, tangy, deeply spiced gravy, it’s the kind of food that tastes of home, whether home is Islamabad or Bradford.  This is a favourite with our customers, its spicy, saucy and brings back a taste of our homeland.

Paratha Roll With Nutella

I am sure most of you and mainly your kids will be Nutella fans.  Crispy Hot Paratha Stuffed With Nutella, treat your kids to this yummy snack. Its healthy and tasty too. It's an ideal addition to any meal and will jazz it up.

Nutella spread seems to go with everything, and it is most often good enough to lick it right off the spoon. We decided to create a traditional version of the Nutella treat. In Ramzan Parathas are the usual breakfast for Sehri, and customizing the usual food items by adding twists to them is what we love to do.

Plain Paratha

Parathas are made in every house. Every home has its own way or method of making Parathas, and we are no different.

Plain Paratha (Parantha) is a yummy, crispy, buttery triangle shaped Pakistani flat-bread made of whole-wheat flour. Traditionally it is served by itself as an accompaniment to a cup of tea, but it can be served at any time. This is our signature dish. We prepare these parathas using the best quality ingredients, and you will be able to taste that quality.  If your having a cup of tea, you must have a paratha!

Omellete Roll

Our Cha Cha Chai Omelette rolls are delicately made with eggs and a few other veggies. It's one of the most healthiest options to be found anywhere. Not only is it nutritious, it can be a quick energy boost first thing in the morning, or a quick snack anytime of the day.

This easy and delicious omelette roll makes a great low carb holiday breakfast. We use a specially selected cheese and only the best free range eggs in our omelettes. The omelette is juicy with cheese and the egg is cooked perfectly to your taste.

Rusks

Rusks in Pakistan are a favorite tea time snack. Dipping the crispy rusk in tea is something many of us would have done when we were kids and still continue to do so.

When they come out of the oven for the first time, they are soft like a cake. We let them cool for around 10 minutes and then pop them back into the oven again. They bake again at a lower temperature which makes them both crunchy and crispy. A must with your tea as they take the taste to a whole new level.

Cream Rolls

Simple, irresistible, delicious, and easy to eat. This Vanilla Cream Roll Is filled with sweetened fresh cream.

Raise your hand if you feel nostalgic when you hear the name Cream roll.  This dessert is an unquestionable dish, served up with a nice hot cup of tea. Serve it to your children to let them encounter the extraordinary feelings which you had in your childhood. These puff pastry rolls loaded with vanilla cream is that one desert which you might want to binge on again and again.

Medeira Slices

This classic Madeira cake with a hint of lemon is perfect for afternoon tea.

A really good Madeira cake is such a pleasing, delicious and nostalgic cake. Although it is such a simple cake, it is far from boring when made with the best ingredients. It absolutely must be made with pure butter, and a great quality vanilla extract for the best flavour. We like to add a little lemon zest to cut through the richness.  Anyone partial to a slice of this cake with their mid-afternoon tea will have a specific set of expectations of a true Medeira.