The founder behind Red Dog Saloon has announced plans to launch an Indian-inspired, charcoal barbecue concept in Nottingham.
Tom Brooke, founder of Red Dog Saloon and Louie’s Hot Chicken, is to launch Burra Khana this September offering 70 covers.
Propel reported that the new concept has been inspired by the streets of Delhi and Jaipur and Middle Eastern countries such as Persia, Turkey and Lebanon.
Small plates will include taley aloo ki chaat, a fried fresh potato in green peppers, tomato and spices on a bed of iceberg lettuce. All bread will be freshly made.
Middle Eastern dishes will include skewers cooked on a charcoal pit and a jumbo king prawn kebab marinated in a yogurt-based paste and cooked traditionally in a clay oven.
Drinks will include signature cocktails and Masala chai tea.
Brooke told Propel: “The name Burra Khana comes from Hindi and means ‘great entertainment or feast’, hence the menu is based on conviviality.”
Red Dog Saloon already has a restaurant in Nottingham. Thay also operate two London restaurants, in Soho and Clapham and one in Liverpool and Southampton.