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Anokha

About Anokha

Bored of the same old flocked wallpaper and run-of-the-mill korma combo? Anokha is the antidote. Meaning 'unique', this contemporary City Indian features supple leather chairs, seductively low lighting and chic woods accented with cream walls and tablecloths. Classic regional curries sit side by side with a excellent selection of modern Indian fusion dishes, and Anokha prides itself on using only fresh, wholesome ingredients and no artificial colourings or preservatives. Start with a delicate scallop puree, then move on to the bold sweet and sour flavours of Mali duck, cooked with mango puree, yoghurt, tamarind, garlic and ginger. An excellent wine list and friendly service make Anokha a unique proposition indeed.



Sample set menu 1

Starter

Mixed platter of pakora tandoori wings & sheek Kebab

Main Course

- Chicken or lamb tikka masala (chicken tikka in a smooth sauce, mild & creamy)
- Chicken or lamb korma (chicken or lamb pieces slow cooked in smooth creamy gravy)
- Madras chicken or lamb (boneless chicken or lamb cookedin hot curry sauce)
- Korhi paneer (Indian cheese cooked with pepper and spices in a fairly dry medium sauce)

Dessert

A selection of desserts is available.



Additional Information


Address:

9-13 Fenchurch Buildings, EC3M 5HR

Nearest tube:

Fenchurch St
Minimum of two persons. £15.95 per person.

Average Price:

£24 and Under

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 11am - 11pm

Dress Code:

Smart casual



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