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Shrewsbury Cafe Saffron's Abdul husen is star on the John Bishop's britain show. PDF Print E-mail
Abdul from Cafe Saffron is the star of show on John Bishops Britain show on bbc1 every Saturday night. to catch up on any log onto bbc i player
 
Cafe Saffron indian in Shrewsbury world Cup Menu 2010 PDF Print E-mail
“ROO MUST BE JOKING” THE AWARD WINING CAFÉ SAFFRON OF SHREWSBURY, IS SERVING A SPECIAL WORLD CUP MENU TO SUPPORT OUR BOYS INCLUDING KANGAROONEY BALTI.

And for every goal scored by England, Café Saffron of Shrewsbury will be donating £25.00 To: Help for Heroes, support for our wounded. We will also donate an additional £200.00 to Help For Heroes if England win the world cup. We have also came up with a World Cup Tikka Masala which looks like the St George flag and is currently nations favourite dish. We have sourced the Kangaroo from South Africa especially for the world cup in South Africa. Curry, beer and football just what you need for the 2010 world cup.

Our World cup menu is as follows.

Goalkeepers:

Joe Hart, Shrewsbury Hart stopper curry……………………….£7.95

Joe Hart is the Shrewsbury goal stopper, and has played for Shrewsbury town, this dish is dedicated to hart and is extremely hot, Shrewsbury Hart stopper curry is not for the faint hearted.

David James, James tikka flames……………………………….£7.35

Chicken tikka cooked wrapped in herbs then foil baked over bare flames, James is England’s hot goalie and we have chosen this flame dish especially.

Robert Green, Green chilli fried rice……………………………£2.95

Green is a fantastic goalie and is hot on the go, so we have named this dish the Green chilli fried rice, pan fried with onions and fresh green chilli’s.

Defenders:

Jamie Carragher, Carragher Cobra…………………………….£3.50

Carragher Cobra beer especially for this tournament only, as Carragher is only playing for this tournament, will be served with the St George flag floating on the head.

Ashley Cole, Ashley Cole flamed tandoori chicken………………….£7.35

On the bone chicken grilled over cole in the clay oven to perfection,

Rio Ferdinand, Rio di Jalfrezi…………………………………………£7.05

This is one of our favourites and Rio di jalfrezi sounds funny, cooked with green chillis fresh garlic spices and herbs.

Ledley King, Ledley King prawn Balti…………………………………£9.50

This is named ledley King prawn Balti and is cooked with King prawns marinated over night then grilled before added to a home made sauce.

John Terry, Terry tikka masala………………………………………….£8.65

Terry is one of the nations best defenders and we have chosen this red dish as the England colour as well as the nations favourite dish.

Midfielders:

Michael Carrick, Carrick Korma……………………………………….£6.05

Carrick korma consists of chicken almonds coconut and fresh cream and is red and white to represent Carrick in the England squad.

Joe Cole, Joe Cole Machli…………………………………………….£10.95

Cole is a wonderful tasting Bengali fish, Joe Cole Machli is pan fried with tumeric rock salt and traditional herbs. An aromatic dish

Steven Gerrard, Steven Gerra-ard Murghi…………………………..£7.55

Gerra is Indian for Cumin, we have selected Geera-ard Murghi as our special mid field curry, this dish is cooked with cumin seeds and baby chicken,

Frank Lampard, Frank Lamb-pard Saagwala…………………..£7.05

Fresh Lamb-pard cooked with ginger garlic and coriander, this Lamb(pard) dish is semi dry with lots of flavour.

Aaron Lennon, Lennon fried rice……………………………..£2.95

Basmati rice pan fried with lemon, lennon fried rice is very aromatic.(lemon fried rice)

Shaun Wright-Phillips, Prawn Wright Phall-ips…………………£6.05

Prawn wright Phall-ips is based on the famous Phall that’s extremely hot, this dish rhymes well with Wright Phillips.

Forwards:

Peter Crouch, Ostrich Crouch Dhansak…………………….£10.95

Ostrich meat cooked in a light sauce with onions bell peppers tomotoes and ground spices, Crouch is the tallest England player,

Emile Heskey, Heskey Machli Bhuna…………………..£9.95

Heskey is a famous bengali fresh water fish, cooked with a Bengali citrus fruit, tumeric and coriander.

Wayne Rooney, KangaRooney Balti………………….10.95

This dish can be cooked medium, madras or VindaRoo, lets hope that Rooney will be hopping the goals in.

World Cup Tikka Masala……………………………..£8.95

This dish will be added to our menu if England win the world Cup. It is the opposite to Makani and will have a korma base and a red masala topping shaped as the England flag.

 

 
Exotic meats At Cafe Saffron Zebra Venison ostrich Shrewsbury Kangaroo PDF Print E-mail

Cafe Saffron in Shrewsbury is launching a new kind of curry,

 


Ostrich Maslam
Venison Rogan
British Buffalo Sagwala                                                                      
Bison Labra
Crocodile snap masala
Bison Madras
Mutton feast
Pheasent royalty
Wild Rabbit Karahi

Zebra Takari

These following meats will be Availible on Pre order or on the Specials board on Rotation.

 

 

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Cafe Saffron Shrewsbury wins Shropshire curry chef of the year. PDF Print E-mail

A cook from Shrewsbury has sizzled his way to success in a competition to find  best curry chef in Shropshire. Abdul Husen, from Cafe Saffron, in Hill’s Lane, triumphed yesterday in the inaugural Shropshire Council Curry Chef of the Year. He fought off tough competition from Rukar Abdullah, TajAbdul winner of  Shropshire councils curry chef of the  yearUddin, at Bayston Hill, near Shrewsbury; and Amjad Ali,from Bridgnorth. Mr Husen said: “I’m absolutely delighted. We’ve always been very proud of our food here at Cafe Saffron and it’s a great honour to be named the best curry chef in Shropshire. “I was up against some great guys in the final and the competition was intense. I’m glad that I prevailed.”Mr Hussen also paid tribute to his customers and added: “We’ve got very loyal customers at Cafe Saffron who have been with us for years. I’d like to thank them for their support and, now that we’ve won, I hope they’ll continue to remain loyal for many years.” Modern Cafe Saffron opened in 2001 and prides itself on creating Indian dishes with a modern twist. Mr Hussen has honed his technique by working alongside some of the best restaurants in India and Bangladesh. The contest was organised by Shropshire Council’s assistant director for public protection, Andy Goldsmith, with help from Sean McNulty, a senior chef lecturer, at Radbrook College,
in Shrewsbury. Mr Goldsmith said: “We had some great entries and all four finalists deserve
every credit.” Mr McNulty said: “It wasan interesting event and we hope it will promote curry houses in Shropshire.”The four finalists had just 45 minutes to create a main course, side dish and rice
during yesterday’s cook-off at Radbrook College. Bruce McMichael, from Taste Shropshire, who was a
member of the judgingpanel, said: “We were dazzled by the combinations on offer. The chefs showed
great skill in creating very exciting dishes.

 

CURRY CHEF OF  YEAR AWARD FOR BEST CURRY HOUSE SHREWSBURY

 
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