The spot in Leicester to completely quash those curry cravings, Atithi has a myriad mouth-watering meals that can suitably meet any spice tolerance.
Spearheaded by Executive Chef Dharmendra Singh Gaur, Co-Operative Chef Ramchandra Uniyal and Chef Markaov Anthony, all of which have worked for prestigious hotels in Indian and Dubai, the kitchen is awash with both classic and contemporary Indian flavours.
Diners can enjoy the scrumptious selection of Indian cuisine at an unbeatable price when they call in advance with a tastecard, which provides the perfect excuse to sample something from each section of the menu.
Both the appetisers and the entrees offer a wealth of choice for both herbivorous and carnivorous diners, ensuring that all walks of life will be spoiled for choice. Kick things off with one of the superb starters, such as the hearty Chef’s Special Uttapam, a thick rice and lentil pancake stuffed with cheese, onion and tomato, the tantalising Chutney Jalpari, a silver pomfret marinated with a special green chutney, and the enticing Tandoori Nibblets, an eclectic offering of various tandoori cooked delights.
A classic cornucopia of everyone’s favourite curries are available as a main course, yet the truly delicious dishes can be found in Atithi’s unique specialities. Particularly merit worthy meals include the rich Laziz Samundari Khazana, a medley of seafood slow cooked with dill leaves, mustard and fresh coconut, and the delectable duck orientated Atithi Special, cooked with a garlic and tamarind sauce.
The variety available at Atithi is utterly staggering, so anyone seeking a fantastic curry should look no further than this Leicester based curry house.