Eager to bring some spice into diner’s lives, Krishna’s presents a diverse array of Indian cuisine, with both classic favourites and tantalising specialities.
Only sourcing the freshest ingredients from local markets from Stoke-on-Trent and the West Midlands, as well as a rich variety of imported Indian herbs and spices, the highly skilled culinary staff at Krishna’s put their hearts and souls into creating some truly delectable dishes.
Begin the experience with a few of the enchanting appetisers, with some exemplary veggie friendly starters such as the Vegetable Manchurian, assorted vegetable dumplings mixed with green chillies and ginger in a special sauce, and the Gobi 65, crispy fried cauliflower tossed in a yogurt sauce and tempered with curry leaves. The best of the meat orientated morsels include delights like the Chicken Mongolian, golden fried chicken flavoured with fenugreek, garlic and peanut powder, and the Tawa Fish Fry, pieces of pan fried seabass coated with authentic spices.
With the palate suitably enticed there will be many tempting choices from the main menu, with plenty of chicken, lamb, seafood and vegetable based dishes promising to satisfy. For the solely carnivorous diners there are some merit worthy meals worth consideration, including the Murgh Mirch Masala, chargrilled chicken strips drenched in a spicy, sweet and sour sauce and served on a sizzling plate, the Lamb Kheema Hyderabadi, minced lamb in an exclusively Hyderbadi spiced sauce, and the Prawn Aubergine Hara Masala, a unique fusion of charcoal cooked king prawns, aubergines and spinach.
Decorated with a luxurious palette of crimson and cream and adorned with traditional Indian paintings, the ambience matches the excellent cuisine on offer. With a waiting staff that treat diners like members of the family, there’s no reason not to sample some of the exquisite dishes on offer at Krishna’s.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limitied to, Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mothering Sunday, etc. There is a maximum of one card per group/table allowed.