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Punjabi food is popular for its snacks and tit bits generally eaten with afternoon tea or before full meal.

Punjabi Samosa

Crisp triangular short crust pastry served with channa masala, sweet yogur; stuffed with potatoes, green peas and Cashewnuts.

£4.75
OR Cumin flavoured Lamb mince and green peas. £5.25
Amaritsari Tikki

Pan fried patties of potato served with sweet yogurt, tamarind & mint chutney.

£4.75
With Channa £4.50
Mixed Vegetable Pakoras

Crisp deep fried fritters of spinach, potato and onions served with tomato and coriander chutney.

£3.50
Pyajji (Onion Bhaji)

Traditional Punjabi onion pakoras fried in a gram flour batter flavoured with carom, pomegranate and whole coriander seeds.

£3.50
Machhi the Amritsari Pakora (Fish Pakora)

Garlic and bishop weed flavoured cod fish fried in gram flour batter.

£6.95
Kukarh de Pakora(Chicken Pakora)

Bite size chicken pieces flavoured with roasted royal cumin and batter fried.

£5.95
Methi Paneer Roll

Fenugreek flavoured cottage and potato dumplings, deep fried and served mint and coriander chutney.

£4.50
Mirchi Vada

Large Bullet chillies stuffed and wrapped in spicy potato mixture and then batter fried, served with sweet yogurt, sour tamarind and spicy mint chutney.

£5.95
Prawn Butterfly

Deep fried king prawns in spices and bread crumbs.

£7.95
Prawn Puri

Tangy shrimp prawns tossed in onion and tomato sauce served on a puri.

£7.95
Chicken Chaat

Chopped up Chicken tikka mixed with tomatoes, onions and coriander in a tangy spice mixture.

Starter £5.95     Main £9.95
Chilli Chicken

Cubes of Chicken Cooked with dices of onion, peppers and Green chillis.

Starter £5.95     Main £9.95
Sweet Chilli Paneer

Cottage cheese Cooked in Sweet Chilli sauce with dices of onion, peppers and Green chillis.

Starter £5.95     Main £9.95
Chilli Prawns

Deep fried crispy tiger prawns, finished to perfection with peppers and spring onions.

Starter £7.95     Main £11.95
Vegetarian Starter Platter

Selection of Achaari Paneer, Punjabi Samosa, Aloo Tikki, Pakoras and onion bhaji.

£10.95
Mixed Starter Platter

Selection of Fish Pakora, Chicken Tikka, Seekh Kebab, Vegetable Samosa and Pakoras.

£12.95

Tandoor Se

Tandoori cooking is a very popular way of baking, roasting and grilling simultaneously, named after clay oven called “The Tandoor”. People in Punjab have been using Tandoor since centuries. Tandoor also known as “Bhatti”- is used for cooking breads and also for whole chicken and large chunks of meat lowered into Tandoor on specially designed skewers. Tandoori food is generally very low fat healthy food; meats are very moist with a distinctive earthy aroma absorbed by the clay lining of the oven. All Tandoori starters are served with Tandoori salad and mint coriander chutney. All Tandoori main course portions are served with Small rice, salad and gravy.

Murgh Malai Tikka

Succulent pieces of chicken flavoured with mace and cardamom folded in cheese, yogurt and fresh cream; cooked in clay oven.

Starter £5.95     Main £11.95
Chicken Tikka

Bite size pieces of chicken marinated in ginger, garlic, green chili and hung yogurt with a dominant flavour of roasted cumin.

Starter £5.95     Main £11.95
Tandoori Lamb Chops

Succulent lamb chops marinated in ginger and garlic; flavoured with cinnamon and clove powder and folded in hung yogurt; cooked to perfection in Tandoor.

Starter £8.95     Main £13.95
Bhatti Wala Murgh (Tandoori Chicken)

World famous tandoori chicken needs no introduction. One of Punjab’s foremost offering to world cuisine. Served on the bone.

Starter £6.95     Main £12.95
Ajwani Prawn Shashlik

Jumbo tiger prawns with cubes of onions and peppers marinated in carom seeds, fresh garlic and yogurt, spiced up with Kashmiri Deghi Mirch and mace powder.

Starter £8.95     Main £13.95
Machhi da tikka (Salmon Tikka)

Cubes of salmon marinated in dill, honey, lemon juice, mustard oil and cheese yogurt mixture roasted in clay oven and sprinkled with pinch of dry mango powder and dried fenugreek.

Starter £8.95     Main £13.95
Gosht Seekh Kebab

Lamb minced with cheese, mint, and green chillies roasted on skewers with pure butter ghee used for regular basting.

Starter £7.95     Main £12.95
Achari Paneer Shashlik

Dices of homemade cottage cheese, red onions and peppers marinated in fennel, onion and bishops seeds.

Starter £5.95     Main £11.95
Tandoori Mix

An ultimate mixture of Tandoori starters including Tandoori Chicken, Murgh Malai Tikka, Seekh Kebab, Lamb tikka and Ajwaini Prawn.

Starter £10.95     Main £17.95

Cold starters from our chaat counter

Papri Chaat

Crisp fried dough wafers served with potatoes, chick peas, chilis, yogurt and tamarind chutney and topped with chaat masala and ‘sev’.

£4.50
Dahi Bhalla

Soft lentil fritters topped with sweet yogurt, tamarind chutney and mint coriander chutney.

 £4.50
Aloo Channa Chaat

Sweet and sour medley of chick peas and potatoes with chopped tomatoes, onions and coriander.

 £4.50
Masala Peanuts

Spicy Roasted peanuts with chaat masala, onion, tomatoes and coriander,tomatoes, onions and coriander.

 £4.50
Bhel Puri

Bhel puri is a savoury Indian snack made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. Bhelpuri is often identified with the beaches of Mumbai (Bombay), such as Chowpatt y. Bhelpuri is called Jhaal Muri in Kolkata (meaning “hot puffed rice”). A native Mysore variant of Bhelpuri is known as Churumuri in Bangalore. A dry variant of Bhelpuri popularly known as Bhadang is consumed after garnishing with onions, coriander and lemon juice.

 £4.50
Pani Puri (6 per portion)

It is a round, mini hollow puri, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of water, tamarind, chaat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas. It is small enough to fit completely in one’s mouth. It is a popular street food dish in India.

 £4.50
Dahi Puri (6 per portion)

Pani puri filled with sweet yogurt, tamarind chutney and mint coriander chutney.

 £4.50

Dum Biryanis

The dum method of cooking stews food in a pan sealed with dough or foil to prevent the steam from escaping. The Meats, prawns or vegetables steams slowly in its own juices, absorbing the delicate flavor of the spices and herbs which are added in the beginning. All biryanis served from Sanjha are served with a pot of biryani sauce or Raita.

Saffron Prawn BIryani £14.95
Dum Ki Lamb Biryani £12.95
Chicken Biryani £12.95
Mixed Biryani

(Chicken, Lamb and Prawn)

£14.95
Zaffrani Vegetable Biryani £11.95

Tawa Tak-A-Tak

Tracing the roots of tawa cuisine “An accidental creation of a wayside eatry” this type of cuisine was born around the time of partition of India amongst refugee camps set up across the border. Tawa food is a perpetual range in North West India particularly during the onset of monsoon and popularly known as Tak-a-Tak. “The cooking style lays emphasis on fresh ingredients subjected to quick fire on Tawa” Food is cooked in a colourful blend of spices, herbs, condiments and sauces.

Chicken Tikka Tak-a-Tak

Roughly chopped pieces of chicken tikka and peppers cooked with fresh ginger, garlic and smothered with onion and tomato masala, finished with fresh coriander and green chilli.

£10.95
Chicken Jhalfrezi Tawe Wali

Punjabi sweet & sour chicken jhalfrezi cooked with red onion, peppers,jaggary, malt vinegar & lemon juice.

£10.95
Lawrence Road de Tawe da Lamb

Lamb cooked in desi ghee with ginger and onion sauce finished with lemon juice, fenugreek leaves and Dark Rum

£11.95
Seekh Kebab Tawa Masala

Lamb seekh kebab sliced in bite size pieces and cooked on the tawa with fresh herbs.

£11.95
Prawn Masala

Tiger prawns marinated in carom seeds and garlic flakes cooked with mixed peppers, tomatoes and fresh coriander.

£12.95
Bhindi Masala

Okra cooked with cumin, fresh herbs and tomatoes.

£9.95
Malai Kofta

Dumplings of cottage cheese cooked in mild tomato gravy with loads of butter and cream with a hint of honey.

£9.95
Khumb Hara pyaz aur bhutte

Medley of mushroom and fresh spring onions with baby corn tossed with fresh green chilli and tomatoes.

£9.95
Baigan Bhartha

Aubergines roasted in Tandoor, chopped up and cooked with onions, green chilli garlic & fresh coriander.

£9.95
Shahi Paneer

Cottage Cheese cooked in smooth onion and cashew nuts gravy with fresh fenugreek flavour.

£9.95

Chulhe Se (Main Course)

Punjab represents rich freshly prepared curries which are very diverse in flavours by using a wide range of spices and herbs.

Cream Chicken Kalimirch Wala

Succulent pieces of chicken Malai tikka cooked in yogurt and fresh cream sauce lightly spiced with crushed black pepper.

£10.95
Lahori Kadhai Chicken

Boneless pieces of chicken tikka cooked in a rich tomato gravy with peppers and three types of coriander; whole coriander seeds, fresh green coriander and coriander powder.

Chicken or Paneer £10.95 Lamb £11.95
Tiger Prawn £12.95 Seekh Kebab £11.95
Chicken Lababdar

Punjabi answer to chicken tikka masala.

£9.95
Murgh Methi

A semi dry chicken delicacy cooked with Kasoori Methi (fenugreek leaves) and yogurt.

 £10.95
Butter Chicken

As the name indicates, it is the classic dish of chicken tikka cooked in tomato paste, double cream, loads of white butter and a hint of honey.

Chicken  £10.95 Tiger Prawn £12.95
Paneer  £10.95 Lamb/Seekh kebab £11.95
Saag Wala

Stewed in a thick spinach puree. A finger licking Punjabi Speciality.

Chicken  £10.95 Tiger Prawn £12.95
Lamb £11.95
Punjabi Chicken Curry

Medium hot chicken curry cooked on the bone in homemade freshly ground spices and finished with fresh green coriander.

 £10.95
Raraha Gosht

A combination of lamb cubes and mince cooked together to perfection with ginger, green chillies and tomatoes.

£11.95
Lamb Mughlai

Boneless lamb curry cooked with a predominant flavour of gram flour, black cardamom and cinnamon.

£11.95
Lamb Mirchan Mar Ke

A dish for customers with iron lined stomach. Cubes of lamb cooked with a blend of red chilli powder and fresh green chilies.

£11.95
Sarson Wali Machhi

Fish cooked in mustard flavoured thin tomato gravy.

£12.95
Prawn Curry

Tiger prawns tempered with turmeric and freshly chopped garlic and cooked in onion and tomato gravy finished with fresh green coriander and tomatoes.

£12.95
Sanjha Special Chicken Curry £10.95
Sanjha Special Lamb Curry £11.95

On Indian Safari

Any of the dishes below can be prepared with chicken, lamb, vegetables or tiger prawns. If you cannot find your favourite sauce please ask your server.

Chicken £10.95 Vegetable £9.50
Lamb £11.95 Tiger Prawns £12.95
Korma

Creamy sauce with ground cashew nuts, almond and coconut. A sweet and mild curry.

Pathia

A sweet and sour curry with mashed aubergine and tomatoes.

Madras

Tempered with mustard seeds, garlic, green chilli and curry leaves and cooked in a fairly hot sauce.

Dhansak

Sweet and sour curry cooked with lentils.

Bhuna

Stir fried in a medium hot sauce with onions and tomatoes with fresh green coriander.

Balti

Cooked in a tangy balti sauce with peppers, onions and tomatoes.

Roganjosh

Earthy sauce with hint of cinnamon and blach cardamom.

Vindaloo

Hot hot with potatoes.

Pasanda

Creamy sauce with almonds and flavor of mace and cardamom powder.

Tikka Masala

A British Indian creation needs no introduction.

Subzian (Vegetarian options)

A large population of Punjabi women are pure vegetarian and so there is wide range of fresh finger licking blends of seasonal vegetables that are consumed in the region.

As Main £9.45 As Side Order £5.95
Punjratnee Subzee

Seasonal vegetables cooked with mild spices and herbs.

Pindi Chole

A tangy dish of white chick peas tempered with carom seeds. (A classic dish from Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan). Try pindi chole with Bhaturas; a classic combination.

Saag Paneer or Aloo

Cubes of homemade cottage cheese/potato cooked with spinach and tempered with cumin and garlic.

Bhaji

Try sanjha special selection of Saag Bhaji, Baigan Bhaji or Bhindi Bhaji

Aloo Gobhi Adraki

A healthy dish of stir fried potato and cauliflower cooked with fresh ginger and tomatoes.

Aloo Jeera

Potatoes tempered with cumin and finished with fresh coriander. (Try with deep fried puri; a divine combination)

Aloo Methi

Cubes of potatoes cooked with fenugreek leaves and finished with fresh coriander and tomatoes.

Pilee Daal Tadka

Yellow lentils-staple diet of Punjabis, tempered with chopped onions, garlic and tomatoes with a hint of asafoetida (heeng)

Dhabe Wali Daal

Blend of urad daal (black lentils), channa daal and red kidney beans tempered with garlic, onions and chunks of tomatoes. (Mrs Khuranas own recipe)

Dal Makhni

Urad dal (Black Lentils) cooked in butter, cream, garlic and tomato puree.

Sath Sath (Accompaniments)
Rice and Breads

A large population of Punjabi women are pure vegetarian and so there is wide range of fresh finger licking blends of seasonal vegetables that are consumed in the region.

Biryani Rice

Dum cooked spicy rice with mint and brown onions.

£4.95
Peshawari Rice

Rice with raisins, cashew nuts, pistachio and cherries.

£4.95
Kesar Pulao

Dum cooked saffron flavoured rice with whole fragrant spices.

£3.95
Jeera Mattar Pulao

Finest basmati rice cooked with green peas and tempered with royal cumin.

£3.95
Sada Chawal

Plain steamed basmati rice

£3.55
Keema / Mushroom / Egg / Veg Rice £4.95
Mixed Naan Basket

Assortment of plain, garlic chilli, potato Kulcha and peshawari naan.

£7.95
Sanjha Special Jumbo Naan

Large naan stuffed with keema or chicken tikka, red onions, Cheddar cheese and green coriander

£4.95
Plain Naan

Classic leavened bread made with refined flour cooked in Tandoor.

£2.45
Garlic Chilli Naan

Naan flavoured with fresh green chillies and garlic

£2.95
Peshawari Naan

Bread stuffed with raisins, cashew nuts, pistachio and cherries.

£3.45
Stuffed Kulcha

Leavened Naan Bread with stuffing of (Paneer/ cheese/ onion/ potato)

£3.45
Keema Naan / Paratha

Stuffed with spiced up lamb mince

£3.75
Tandoori Roti

Unleavened bread from whole wheat flour

£2.45
Roomali Roti

Chef Specially paper thin bread.

£3.25
Lachha Paratha / Pudina (mint) Paratha

Unleavened whole wheat multilayered bread with or without mint flavour

£3.25
Stuffed Paratha

Whole wheat flour bread stuffed with (Paneer/ cheese/ onion/ potato)

£3.45
Bhaturas

Deep fried semolina and refined flour bread

£1.95
Puri

Deep fried whole wheat flour bread

£1.95
Tawa Roti (Chapatti) £1.95

Side Orders

A large population of Punjabi women are pure vegetarian and so there is wide range of fresh finger licking blends of seasonal vegetables that are consumed in the region.

Poppadoms and Chutneys

Mixture of plain and spicy poppadoms served with homemade chutneys and relishes

£1.25
Onion, Chilli and Lemon salad

Red onion salad with lime and green chilli

£2.95
Spicy Onion salad £2.95
Chatpate Chips

Fries Punjabi style, sprinkled with chaat masala.

£2.95
Chatpate Onion Rings

Spicy onion rings sprinkled with chat masala.

£2.95
Cucumber Raita £1.95
Plain Yogurt £1.20
Chutneys and pickle Selection

Ask the chef about the latest selection of chutneys, pickles and relishes.

each £0.45