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#TheCorianderClub
The Coriander Club logo is a green coriander leaf inside a white circle. The name of the club is written above the leaf, and the words "Flavours of Authentic Punjab" are written below it.
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#TheCorianderClub
The Coriander Club logo where the word coriander is in black and the word club is in green and there is a green coriander leaf sticking out of the word club on a transparent background
A graphic of Indian food, drink, and spices on a metal dish with orange and white text spelling Lunchtime Thali in capital letters. There's also an offer for two people to eat for 32 pounds and 50 pence in white writing on a black coloured background.

Dont miss out on our tantalising Thali!

Taste the  
Flavours of
punjab, india

Welcome to The Coriander Club, where our culinary journey is a heartfelt homage to the rich traditions of Punjab. At The Coriander Club, we believe that Punjabi cuisine is more than just sustenance; it's a symbol of love, a bridge between generations. Join us in savouring the powerful and irresistible flavours that tell a story of tradition, family, and the shared joy of a husband and wife united in creating a culinary experience that transcends time with every bite

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A water painting of an Indian street food vendor with an orange turban on, and he's putting food into a small see-through plastic bag. The surroundings are an Indian street market with other people. roughly 20 different things are in his wooden cart, but as it's hard to recognise what the food actually is being served as it's a water painting.
A dark green and blue coloured map of India with a woman in a flowing blue sari dancing on top of it. The map has text of the states of India in a golden colour, with major cities labelled including Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. The woman has long black hair and is barefoot, her arms are raised above her head and her eyes are closed. She is mid-twirl, and her sari billows out around her. In the background, there is a green and blue gradient, which could represent the sky or the sea. There is also an image of an elephant in baby blue, the Taj Mahal in orange and baby blue, Indian candles, in orange and yellow, and mountains in blue and some in orange with white tips.

Our Indian Heritage

The story begins with my marriage to a man rooted in the sun-kissed fields of Punjab, and it's here that the essence of our restaurant unfolds.

In the heart of our menu lies a homage to my in-laws, a sincere "Thank you letter" for opening the doors to a world brimming with authentic tastes, spices, and age-old cooking methods. The Coriander Club is not just a dining experience; it's a journey that began with the changing rhythms of my own cooking, influenced by the rich tapestry of our Indian heritage.

- Simi Sandhu (Founder)

Reservations

Base Camp

Patrica Shmidt

Explorer

Samantha Jenson

An exquisite encounter with Punjab

At The Coriander Club, we take you on a memorable culinary journey through time, with recipes that have been cherished and perfected over five generations in our family, infusing them with the vibrant flavours of Punjab. We are passionate about elevating your dining experience, using only the finest, handpicked ingredients and incorporating fresh, locally sourced produce. Every bite at our restaurant is a flavourful adventure, bringing the authentic taste of India, with a special touch of Punjab, to your table

Reservations

Authentic
Generational
Recipes

Join us for an invitation to savour our treasured dishes. Reserve your table today to embark on a culinary journey that transports you to the essence of Punjab through your taste buds

Origins of our Cuisine

Punjabi Samosa
The samosa arrived in the Indian subcontinent in the 13th or 14th century, brought by Chefs from the Middle East and Central Asia working in the Royal kitchens of the Delhi Sultanate. Since then, it has evolved, infused with rich Indian flavours
A vibrant painting showcasing two bowls of curry, one yellow and one red, with fluffy pieces of naan bread for dipping, arranged on a tabletop.
Saag Paneer
Saag Paneer, born in the lush fields of Punjab, northern India, is a culinary masterpiece from a region so fertile it practically breathes life into your plate
A round metal tray filled with a variety of Indian food items. The tray is placed on a brown wooden table. In the centre of the tray is a round metal container filled with white rice and slices of red onion. Around the rice are several other dishes, including, a yellow metal bowl filled with yellow dal, a silver container filled with red chicken tikka masala, a round, flatbread naan with brown spots, a small bowl filled with green chutney, a small bowl filled with white raita, a wedge of lime and a raw green chilli.
A digital illustration of a gold mandala on a transparent background. The mandala is a circular design with intricate geometric patterns that radiate outwards from the centre. The patterns are made up of thin, curved lines and shapes that resemble leaves, flowers, and other organic forms. The gold colour of the mandala is bright and shiny, and it contrasts sharply with the transparent background. The overall impression of the image is one of balance, harmony, and complexity.
A close-up painting of a delicious Indian feast featuring samosas, pakoras, chutney, a knife, and two glasses of green juice, all arranged on a wooden table.
Curry and Naan
Typically coated with butter or ghee, naan is served piping hot alongside curries and various Indian dishes. While it's thought to have been a culinary staple in India for centuries, the earliest documented reference to naan bread dates back to around 1300 AD in the writings of Amir Kashrau (1253-1325 AD).
A painting of a bowl of Palak paneer, a spinach and cheese curry, with a side of sliced naan bread. The bowl is placed on a wooden table with a white tablecloth. There is a spoon in the bowl.
Punjabi Thali
The Thali, a culinary symphony on a plate, harmonizes a delightful array of authentic Punjabi dishes, capturing the very essence of Punjabi gastronomy

Authentic
Generational
Recipes

At The Coriander Club, we take you on a memorable culinary journey through time, with recipes that have been cherished and perfected over five generations in our family,

Join us for an invitation to savour our treasured dishes. Reserve your table today to embark on a culinary journey that transports you to the essence of Punjab through your taste buds

Reservations

Our Menus

Whether you're in the mood for takeout or dining in, we offer a diverse selection of delightful options on both of our menus.

Dive into the authentic flavours of India, as our menu showcases a range of authentic Indian dishes waiting to be savoured

A La Carte

explore authentic
indian dishes

Takeaway

explore authentic
indian dishes

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Seamless Ordering

Download our specially crafted app today, tailored for our valued customers to effortlessly place orders with just a few taps and book tables without having to call. Our app is accessible to both Apple and Android users.

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