Commonly eaten to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and religious festivals, Indian desserts and sweets are also the perfect way to conclude a delicious meal at Ganges!
Topped with an almond embedded in edible silver foil, the Mawa Burfi is similar in taste to the Kaju Katli cashewnut fudge, and is the best selling sweet snack all over India. The preferred dish for any sort of celebration, this richly flavored snack is a true pleasure to eat - click here to see a bigger photo.
Known in India as Kaju Katli, this decadent treat was a favourite among the ancient Royals of India. Made with cashews and sugar, spiced with cardamon, and topped with edible silver foil, Kaju Katli will melt in your mouth - click here to see a bigger photo of the Cashewnut Fudge.
Rasmalai is a truly delectable dessert made to a traditional northern Indian recipe: ricotta cheese soaked in sweetened milk, flavoured with pistachio nuts, saffron, and rosewater - click here for a bigger photo.
Fried balls of milk pastry soaked in sweet saffron syrup, served hot.
An Indian icecream full of mango flavor.
Rice cooked in milk until it forms a creamy sauce, flavored with a touch of saffron, served with a topping of dried fruits and nuts.
Highlights from our menu
Sample a variety of tastes, ranging from moderately spiced chickpea-based starters to cottage cheese-based treats, as well as a host of other specialities.
Curry dishes are the speciality of Ganges Restaurant, and we've got more than 80 different preparations for you to try. Vegetarians are in for a treat, with over 40 different vegetable curries to choose from.
The slow heat of the clay oven allows the spices and marinade to sink deeply into the marinated food as it is cooked, giving these barbequed snacks a distinctive aroma and a truly wonderful taste.
Northern Indian cuisine is well-known all over the world, but the cooking of South India is also not to be missed. Influenced by the climate, the availability of different ingredients, and the fact that many people from southern India are strictly vegetarian for religious reasons, southern Indian cuisine has a very different taste to food from other parts of the India.
Different types of rice are used to different effect in Indian cooking. The most famous is the aromatic long-grained Basmati rice, used to add an extra subtle flavour to Biryanis and other preparations.
Indian naan bread is the natural choice to accompany a curry, and you’ll be able to use it to mop up all that tasty gravy!
In Indian tradition, the host will always make sure that the guests have something sweet to eat after a meal. We invite you to continue the tradition!