Tamarai launches new Dinner Menu with Three-Wine Tasting for £10

The results comprise a newly launched, sumptuous nine-course Chef’s Tasting Menu, presenting a tempting array of Small Plates which allow guests on a table to share and savour a myriad of tastes. Furthermore, after winning The Independent’s coveted Best Wine List Award, Tamarai is offering a chance to taste three wines from Grover Vineyards in India for just £10 with meals, until 31st October.

   

 

The newly launched menu presents mouth-watering dishes such as Soft Shell Crab, Flavour Roast Coconut Masala Mayo and Vegetable and Silken Tofu Dumplings with Pepper and Coriander. Large plates feature gastronomic innovations like Pan Seared Quail, Pearl Onion and Chinese Wine; Duke of Berkshire Pork Belly, Pork Cracklings with Hoisin Onion Sauce; Dry Fried Scottish Beef, Green Beans with Chilli XO Sauce; and Braised Venison Shank, Malay Curry and Astina Cress. Tempting dessert combinations such as Basmati, Jaggery, Pandana Leaf Payasam with Cornish Clotted Cream provide the final accolade.

 

Tamarai also invites diners to celebrate its groundbreaking Pan Asian cuisine with a glorious selection of wines from India. One white wine and two reds are available with meals at Tamarai in 75ml measures for just £10, until 31st October. 

 

Grover Vineyards has established itself as India’s premier winery. The first vineyards were planted in the Nandi Hills region of the Karnataka state.  With over 400 hectares under vine, Michel Rolland, one of the world’s foremost wine consultants, has transformed the vineyards and winery to make world-class wines. Grover Wines are now consumed in over 20 countries. 

 

 Tamarai is an elegant, 110-seat restaurant, renowned for its pan Asian cuisine which follows the Latin Routes from Chettinad in South India to Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore and China.  

Like the Lotus flower that it is named after, Tamarai metamorphoses from a perfect stop for delicious and innovative cocktails after work to a late night bar. 

 

 

Dinner from 5.30pm features Chef Manish Mehrotra’s incredible Pan Asian Menu coupled with Charles Metcalfe’s selection of award winning wines, making it an unforgettable evening. 

 

Post 11.30pm, the lights dim as the bar and music hold sway and Tamarai’s resident video jockey bewitches clientele with his sassy audio-visuals into the early hours of the morning.

 Reservations at Tamarai are recommended.
 Diners are offered complimentary parking for up to three hours at NCP Drury Lane.