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Ashiq's Eat in Menu

Wine that goes with… Indian Food

As interesting as the dish may be, so should the wine pairing. The single most important component to be considered with these pairings, is the heat level of the meal.

Light and Dry White Wines
Crisp, dry whites like Pinot Grigio are great with milder curries.

Young reds made from the Tempranillo varietal (eg Rioja, Navarra) complement lamb based curries, such as Rogan Josh, very well.

Young Chilean reds, particularly Merlot, go very well with moderately spicy curries, such as Chicken Tikka.

Chardonnay Blends
New World Chardonnay (and Chardonnay blends) are excellent with chicken curries, especially those with cream in them.

Not suited for the entire meal, but super with deep fried, crispy starters like bhajis, pakoras and samosas.

Match your pleasures with your tastes and don’t be afraid to experiment!

Should a particular wine or vintage be exhausted, we will offer a suitable alternative with every confidence.

All prices include VAT at 15%.


Grecanico Chardonnay
Torre Nova
£12.95 Bottle / 175ml £3.40 / 250ml £4.40

Sicily (12% abv)
Aromas and flavours of tropical fruits, along with crisp acidity and a dry, refreshing finish.

Chenin Blanc, Stormy Cape £13.95
Western Cape, South Africa

Racy South African Chenin, with great concentration of fruit and a long, tropical finish.

Chardonnay Unoaked MandraRossa £15.95
Sicily, Italy

Soft and rich, fruity palate, leading to a long, rounded finish.

Fiano MandraRossa £15.95
Sicily, Italy

Medium bodied and off dry with balancing acidity keeping the tropical fruits clean and refreshing with a dry, textured finish.

Pinot Grigio, Veritiere £16.95
Veneto, Italy

A crisp and characterful version of the Italian classic. Light and slightly spicy, with a zesty, delicate finish.

Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, De Gras £17.95
Colchagua Valley, Chile

Melon and citrus flavours combine well with crisp acidity that makes the wine supremely refreshing.

Sauvignon Blanc, Mansion House Bay £19.95
Marlborough, New Zealand

A medium to full bodied wine with vibrant acidity intertwined with crisp fruits and a long and zesty finish.

Gavi di Gavi, Fontanafredda £22.95
Piemonte, Italy

Full and delicately fruity nose and palate. One of Italy’s finest whites.

Chablis, Domaine de Vauroux £24.95
Burgundy, France

Medium bodied, with crisp, appley acidity and pure fruit flavours, finishing steely and dry.


Chardonnay Sparkling Brut £17.95
Antonin Truffer
Burgundy, France

Light and fresh sparkling wine, great as an aperitif.

Moët et Chandon, Brut Imperial £39.95

The most renowned brand of Champagne in the world. Fine, refined and elegant.

Taittinger Brut, Vintage £54.95

Harmonious and lively with flavours of white peaches and mangos. There is great finesse and length on the finish.

Laurent Perrier, Cuvée Rosé Brut £64.95

An elegant palate with soft, consistent bubbles, ripe red fruits and a clean, soft finish, with a creamy texture.


Nero d’Avola Shiraz
Torre Nova
Sicily (12.5% abv)
£12.95 Bottle / 175ml £3.40 / 250ml £4.40

Soft, round, generous and fruity with soft tannins.

Rioja Tinto, Vina Cerrada £14.95
Rioja, Spain

Round, soft and medium bodied, amply stacked with crunchy red berry fruit.

Nero d’Avola, MandraRossa £15.95
Sicily, Italy

Native Sicilian varietal, provides richly layered plum and damson flavours. Elegant yet powerful.

Château La Freynelle Rouge £15.95
Bordeaux, France

Well balanced Claret, with ripe, spicy fruit and a long, elegant finish.

Merlot Reserva, De Gras £17.95
Colchagua Valley, Chile

An attractive balance of fleshy fruit and oak on the palate, with notes of mint and rounded tannins.

Shiraz, Weighbridge, Peter Lehmann £18.95
South Australia

Aromas of plum fruit with leafy notes and a fruit driven palate reined in by the soft, textured finish.

Douro Red, Quinta do Crasto £18.95
Douro, Portugal

Rich, full and concentrated, showing great depth of fruit, with well-integrated American oak.

Reserve Malbec, Bodegas Santa Ana £20.95
Mendoza, Argentina

Medium to full bodied with a stylish balance of dense black fruit flavours, tightly knit fine grained tannins and a judicious use of oak.

Fleurie, Louis Tete £22.95
Beaujolais, France

Wonderfully perfumed, with juicy, ripe sweetness, cherry and chocolate flavours, a raspberry finish and a touch of spiciness.

Pinotage, Man Vintners £24.95
Western Cape, South Afric
Bold and juicy with red berry fruit flavours and a touch of sweet oak spice.

Torre del Falasco Valpolicella £27.95
Metodo Ripasso, Cantina Valpantena
Veneto, Italy

Dry, full bodied, soft and fruity on the nose. On the palate the wine comes across rich and fruity with a dry, lingering finish.

Châteauneuf du Pape, Chante Cigale £34.95
Rhône, France

Rich and ripe, with layers of fruit and spice, supported by fine tannins.


Garnacha Rosé
Navarra, Spain (12.5% abv)
£12.95 Bottle / 175ml £3.40 / 250ml £4.40

A youthful, fresh, medium bodied rosé with a crisp, fruity character and clean, lingering finish.

Rosé, Weighbridge, Peter Lehmann £15.95
South Australia

Deliciously crisp, with delightful flavours of freshly picked summer berries, and a superbly clean finish.

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