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5000 Years Old And Still Fresh

From Deccan Plateau to “Dakshin”

Indian Cuisine Consists Of A Wide Variety Of Regional And Traditional Cuisines Native To The Indian Subcontinent. Given The Range Of Diversity In Soil Type, Climate, Culture, Ethnic Groups, And Occupations, These Cuisines Vary Substantially From Each Other And Use Locally Available Spices, Herbs, Vegetables, And Fruits. Indian Food Is Also Heavily Influenced By Religion, In Particular Hindu, Cultural Choices And Traditions. The Cuisine Is Also Influenced By Centuries Of Islamic Rule, Particularly The Mughal Rule. Samosas And Pilafs Can Be Regarded As Examples.

Something Yummy for Everyone

South Indian Cuisines Include The Presence Of Rice As A Staple Food, The Use Of Lentils And Spices, Dried Red Chilies And Fresh Green Chilies, Coconut, And Native Fruits And Vegetables Including Tamarind, Garlic, And Ginger. Many Of The Most Famous Ingredients Used To Make Typical ‘Indian’ Cuisine Aren’t Actually Native To India. In A Country Famous For Its Rich Red Curries Made From Tomatoes (Introduced By The Portuguese) And The Texture Of Its Naan (From Central Asia). We At “Dakshin” Perfectly Balance The Ingredients In Our Cookings

Indo Chinese Cuisine, Staple Base Options For An Indian Chinese Meal Include Chicken, Shrimp Or Vegetable Variants Of “Hakka” Or “Schezwan” Noodles Popularly Referred To As Chow Mein; And Regular Or “Schezwan” Fried Rice. American Chop Suey And Sweet And Sour Dishes Can Be Found On Our Menu.

Joy of eating Come From?

Atithi Devo Bhava (English: “The Guest Is God”) Prescribes A Dynamic Of The Host–Guest Relationship, In The Timeless Indian Tradition Of Welcoming Everyone With A Smile, Our Family Owned Restaurant Is Committed To Delivering Food People Love To Eat, Compulsively Rave About And Want To Come Back For Every Day. Whether We’re Behind The Counter Or Behind The Scenes At “Dakshin” The Joy Is Baked In.

“Dakshin” Dishes are they Spicy?

Using Bright, Authentic Spices Sourced Direct From Several Parts Of India, We Make Sure You Taste Flavor, Not Fire.“Dakshin” Dishes Are Yummy For Everyone. You, Your Friends, Your Kids, Even Grandma.Heat Seekers Can Add Our Homemade Chili Sauce To Spice Things Up.

What If I’m Vegetarian?

Oooh, You’ll Love “Dakshin” Menu. We Has Many Veggie Options. The Luscious Paneer Tikka Masala Is Full Of Cheesy-Good Protein. Fresh Salads Made To Order. Our Veg Biryanis Is Dum Cooked Not Pan Fried,
We Also Have Lot Of Veg Options In Indo Chinese Menu.

What Makes It So Good?

Our Tandoor Clay Ovens Cook Meats And Cheeses At Very High Temps Sealing In The Juices And Producing A Uniquely Succulent Tandoori Taste. Our Melt-In-Your Mouth BBQ Is Deeply Marinated With The Best Indian Spices, Creating A Truly Unique Experience. Yum On!

Ingredients

we use in our cooking

PREMIUM QUALITY IS STANDARD @ DAKSHIN

We make food for energy, agility and alertness, and there’s something special about every ingredient we use. They all come with their own impressive medicinal values and we track them from farm to fork because we believe it is very essential for our cooking. We don’t want even to think about what might happen tomorrow if we don’t serve you really good food today.

CHICKEN

Our comprehensive offering includes poultry that is free of growth hormones and steroids. Our poultry products are minimally processed and have a true flavor because no additives or preservatives are used.

Our Halal certified lamb & Goat are coming from sustainable family farm growing humanely-raised, all-natural pastured, which graze on a diet of indigenous grasses, topped off with wholesome, vitamin packed grains.. With diverse set of species doing rotational grazing on a farm with mostly open pasture and plenty of woods. All animals are moved around the pasture to stay on fresh grass, and goat’s privet and other forage in the woods.We love supporting suppliers who are committed to sustainable, earth-friendly practices.

Lamb

SALMON

Our salmon comes from the pristine waters of the North Atlantic. Our salmon is fed a natural diet rich in sustainable marine resources. The North Atlantic is noted for its clear waters and steady temperatures, making it one of the finest fisheries in the world.

Fresh-curd paneer cheese is inspired by our own family recipe. Made from wholesome milk, our paneer is a fresh cheese masterpiece.

PANEER

SPICE UP YOUR LIFE

Our unique spices from across the Indian subcontinent are shipped direct. Our proprietary ground spice blends not only taste good, but they have been revered for centuries in India. We use many authentic spices in our recipes, some of the most common include:.

Mint

You know what mint tastes like. We use the very best to add brightness and pop to many of our dishes.

Star Anise

Star anise tastes a bit like licorice or black jellybeans. It adds exceptional flavor and joy to authentic Indian and also Chinese dishes.

Ajwain

Ajwain gets its flavor from thymol, the same essential oil found in thyme. Ajwain is similar to thyme but is sharper and more pungent.

Kashmiri Chili

You know what mint tastes like. We use the very best to add brightness and pop to many of our dishes.

Asafoetida

Asafoetida brings a mild oniony-garlic flavor to foods. In Indian cooking, it is often used as a digestive aid to prevent trouser tremors (aka flatulence).

Cilantro

Cilantro looks like Italian parsley and has a notable pungent flavor that brings a unique depth and brightness to Indian dishes.

Black Cardamom

Black cardamom is a strong spice with a very pleasant, smoky flavor. It’s often added to chai tea to bring a note of earthy gingery depth.

Turmeric

Turmeric, more than almost any other spice, is renowned for its health and flavor benefits. It’s slightly bitter and has notes of orange or ginger. A true Indian staple.

Coriander Seeds

When crushed, coriander seeds have a citrusy, lemon-like flavor that brings a warm, spicy and nutty undertone to foods.

Cumin Seeds

Cumin is nutty, peppery and a key component of Indian, Mexican and Middle Eastern cuisine, known for its distinctive flavor and aroma

Turmeric

Sometimes described as a cross between celery and maple, the taste of fenugreek leaves is perfect for seasoning meats or making curry.

Coriander Seeds

Ginger is one of the most universally loved flavors in cuisines around the world. It’s spicy, peppery, biting but also sweet. A taste like no other.

Almonds

Amchoor Dry Mango

Asafetida

Bay Leaves

Black Pepper

Black Salt

Cardamom Black

Cardamom Green

Carom Seeds Ajwain

Cashew nuts

Cinnamon

 Cloves

Coconut Powder

Coriander Seeds

Cumin Seeds

Dry Fenugreek Leaves

Dry Ginger

Dry Red Chili

Fennel Seeds

Fenugreek-Seeds

Jaggery

Kabab Chini

Kewra

Kokum

Mace

Munakka

Mustard Seeds

Nutmeg

Onion Seeds

Peanuts

Pine Nuts

Pista

Pomegrante Seeds

Turmeric-Finger

Poppy Seeds

Raisin

Raw Salt

Saffron

Sajeera Black Cumin

Sesame Seeds

Spices

Spices

Star Anise

Tamrind