Six by Nico menu features amalgamation of Indian food styles
Inspired by the bustling metropolis of Mumbai, Chef Nico Simeone and his team have created a Bombay Kitchen menu packed with an amalgamation of Indian food styles – recreating local dishes and reinterpreting age-old Indian traditions, to create an experience that toasts the old times and celebrates the new at Six by Nico, Belfast this autumn.
The Bombay Kitchen menu presents the classic yet unexplored charm of India’s diverse regions, marrying them expertly with familiar flavours. Each dish has a story to tell, promising guests an exciting journey on a plate. From Monday, October 19 to Sunday, November 29, Six by Nico transports these flavours, textures and aromas to surprise and delight guests looking for an authentic Indian dining experience.
The new six course Bombay Kitchen tasting menu includes: Aloo Sabzi – Chickpea & Paneer Dahl, Potato Espuma & Lime Leaf Oil; Salli Boti – Spiced Lamb Boti, Crisp Potato, Cucumber & Naan; Corn Bhutta – Pressed Chicken Thigh, Pickled Mushroom, Spiced Corn, Lime & Deggi Mirch; Roasted Cod – Spiced Onion & Onion Broth, Onion Bhaji & Curry Leaf and Makhani – Loin & Belly of Pork, Sultana Biryani, Makhani Sauce, Coriander & Mint Chutney.
In India, sweets form a major part of celebrations and guests at the restaurants will end their Bombay Kitchen food experience with a Mango Lassi – Yoghurt Creme, Alphonso Mango, Toasted Fennel, Cumin seed Tuile.
The vegetarian alternative boasts six delicious courses of Aloo Sabzi – Chickpea & Paneer Dahl, Potato Espuma & Lime Leaf Oil; Salli Boti – Spiced Cauliflower Boti, Curry Emulsion, Cucumber & Naan; Corn Bhutta – Pressed Aloo Terrine, Spiced Corn, pickled Mushroom, Lime & Deggi Mirch; Roasted Carrot – Vadouvan, Spiced Onion, Onion Broth & Curry Leaf; Jackfruit Samosa – Sultana Biryani, Makhani Sauce, Coriander & Mint Chutney and Mango Lassi – Yoghurt Creme, Alphonso Mango, Toasted Fennel & Cumin seed Tuile.
“India is famous for its diverse cuisine,” said Simeone. “There is an amalgamation of food styles, some are authentic, some are inspired and some are discovered accidentally. Our Bombay Kitchen menu blends the diverse cooking styles of modern India while revamping classic dishes in a whimsical array of textures and flavours.”
Diners can book a table now for Bombay Kitchen. Open from midday, Monday through to Sunday, each six-course menu will be available from noon to night. The menu will be priced from £29 per person with the option to enjoy an expertly selected wine pairing for an additional £26. As ever, there is a vegetarian alternative available for every course, as well as Parsi café inspired snack sides.