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Chola Bhatura

Arguably the most popular breakfast dish from Delhi, a must try for anyone visiting the city.
Puffed bread, chickpea masala, pickled vegetables VG (1)
€ 12,00

Dal Pakwan

A dish that started out as a breakfast item by the Sindhi community but gained such popularity that it’s now eaten at any time of the day as a snack too!
Lentils and crispy flour disks V (1,7)
€ 12,00

Curd Rice

The very definition of comfort food & a staple across the southern states of India.
Yoghurt, short grain rice, tempered spices & fried mixed nuts with a hint of chilli

V, GF (7, 8, 10)
€ 12,00

Crab Thetcha, Bajra Roti

Thetcha is a Maharashtrian home style chutney, made with roasted peanuts, chili, garlic & used an accompaniment with various staples. Our version is served with cured crab on a small bite sized bread made of millet.
Poached crab, thetcha, millet bread NV (1,2,5)
€ 16,00

Goli Baje

A breakfast staple from Mangalore, these fried dumplings are made with refined flour, rice flour and yoghurt and are a South Indian classic, we serve it with a trio of chutneys to make our Cittamani’s version.
Cooked in a special griddle, trio of chutneys V (1,5,7,10,11)
€ 12,00

Beef Keema, Mangalore Buns

Keema or mince is a staple in all Parsi homes, it is considered a comfort food & something you won’t find in restaurants. Paired with Mangalore buns that are light and fluffy.
Beef mince, buns, crispy potato matchsticks NV (1,7)
€ 14,00

Topinambur Chaat

One of the most famous chaat dishes given to us from the Yadav community in Uttar Pradesh. This street food is not the most heard one but definitely one of the most delicious & healthiest ones in India
Sun chokes roots, sweet yoghurt, tamarind, mint & coriander chutney V, GF (7)
€ 12,00

Rawa Fish

Influenced by the Portuguese this is another home staple where fish is marinated & coated in semolina before being cooked.
Semolina coated fish and tomato chutney NV (1,4)
€ 16,00

Bhutte Ki Kees

Vendors are usually lined up by the dozens in the streets of  Madhya Pradesh with this creamy & hearty corn chaat.
Mashed & chargrilled V, GF (7,10)
€ 12,00

Murg Kali Mirch

A gift from the spice trade & popularized by the Mughal emperors during the Mughal rule, a dish that needs no introduction.
Tender char roasted chicken morsels, yoghurt, cream & cashew marinade, black pepper

NV, GF (7,8)
€ 14,00

Millet Khichdi

With 2023 being declared as the year of millets, India is in the forefront to showcase the multiple varieties we have. Millets have always been an integral part of our diet and khichdi is a go too comfort meal for any Indian, served with accompaniments and pickles V, GF (5,7)
€ 22,00

Kashmiri Tchok Baingan

Kashmiri cuisine has two distinct styles, the pandits & the muslims. This dish has perfectly cooked eggplant in a sweet & sour gravy.
Eggplant in sweet & sour sauce V, GF (7,10)
€ 22,00

Urad Kachori, Aloo Petha Sabzi

A Calcutta Marwari delicacy that they created after taking inspiration from local dishes wherever they went. This has lentil stuffed puffed bread & is served with a potato and pumpkin stew.
Puffed bread, potato & pumpkin stew, tomato relish VG (1)
€ 22,00

Chicken Biryani

One of Indias most favourite rice dishes, this particular one come from the Northern region of India. It is covered with a puff dough and baked till golden.
Marinated chicken, spiced Indian rice covered with puff pastry. Served with dal & raita

NV (1,7)
€ 27,00

Saffron & Pomegranate Paneer, Saag

The Bohra community from Gujarat has two favourite ingredients in saffron and pomegranate. They try using these together whenever they can.
Cottage cheese, mixed green leaves gravy V, GF (7)
€ 22,00

Pork Spare Ribs with Pandi Curry

A dish given to us by the indigenous hunting community of Coorg, also known as the Kodavas. This curry is rich and delicious.
Pork spare ribs & spices gravy NV, GF
€ 29,00

Kofta Ka Salan

Originating from Hyderabad, this gravy is made from peanuts, coconut, sesame seeds & chillis & is commonly eaten with biryanis. We’re simply adding some koftas to it.
Potato dumplings, peanut & sesame sauce V, GF (5,7,8,10, 11)
€ 22,00

Butter Chicken

Arguably the most famous dish in Indian cuisine, that was invented by mistake by a restaurant called Moti Mahal in Delhi where the chefs were trying to reuse leftovers!
Tandoor grilled chicken, tomato & cream gravy, served with butter naan NV (1,7,8)
€ 27,00

Machi Do Pyaza

Invented during a hunting trip for the Nawab of Awadh by his chefs, this dish uses onions in two different forms.
Fish, onion & tomato gravy NV (4,10)
€ 29,00

Lamb Chops

A Cittamani classic that has been on the menu since the day we opened our doors
Tandoor grilled lamb chops tempered greens & spiced potatoes NV, GF (10)
€ 32,00

Chingri Malai

One of the most popular dishes from the Northeastern region of India, it is served during weddings and auspicious occasions!
Prawns, coconut & spices curry NV, GF (2,7,8,10)
€ 30,00

Dal Makhani

A beloved dish originating from the Punjab region, is a delightful combination of flavours and textures, made with whole black lentils (urad dal or kali dal in Hindi) and kidney beans (rajma in Hindi) V, GF (7)
€ 6,90

Kurkuri Bhindi

Is a delightful Indian dish that features sliced okra coated in spices and fried until crunchy. It’s a popular snack or appetizer, made with tender okra, gram flour, spices and seasonings and it pairs wonderfully with any Indian meal. The best part? You can achieve that irresistible crispiness without deep frying! VG, GF
€ 6,90

Lake Ka Dum Aloo

Is a delightful and flavorful dish that originates from the Indian subcontinent. Spicy and delish is this Kashmiri Dum Aloo where baby potatoes are simmered (dum cooked), this is a delicious recipe from the Kashmiri cuisine VG, GF (10)

€ 6,90

Cucumber Raita

Cucumber Raita is a delightful Indian side dish or dip made with yogurt, fresh cucumbers, herbs, and spices, made by mixing grated or chopped cucumbers with thick yogurt, salt and ground cumin. It’s a cooling, refreshing and comforting accompaniment to the palate that pairs perfectly with spicy biryani, pulao, or any Indian meal V,GF (7)

€ 6,90

Steamed Rice

Is a staple in many cuisines around the world. It’s a simple and versatile dish that pairs well with a variety of other foods VG, GF

€ 5,00

Pulao Rice

Pulao also known as veg pulao is a delicious one pot Indian dish made with rice, vegetables, spices and herbs. This basic rice pulao can be made in a pot, pressure cooker or instant pot

€ 6,00

Phulkas Roti

Phulka, also known as Roti or Chapati, is a traditional Indian flatbread made from whole wheat flour. It is an Indian flatbread cooked on the stovetop, and there is no oil application to the phulkas VG (1)
€ 6,50

Tandoori Roti

Tandoori Roti, also known as Butter Roti, is a delightful Indian flatbread made with whole wheat flour. Traditionally, it’s cooked in a tandoor, which is a cylindrical clay oven, giving it a distinct flavor and texture. These buttery tandoori rotis are crisp on the edges and soft in the center. They pair wonderfully with curries, dals, or stews VG (1)


Roomali Roti

Is one of the well-known unleavened Indian flatbreads that traditionally belongs to the Mughlai, Hyderabadi or Awadhi food cultures. Is a thin, soft flatbread that can be folded like a handkerchief; hence, these rotis are very aptly named so V (1,3)

€ 6,50

Plain Naan

Naan is a delightful, soft, and leavened flatbread that hails from India, Pakistan, and Middle Eastern countries. It’s a popular accompaniment to various dishes like kebabs, lentils, and curries V (1,3,7)

€ 6,80

Garlic Naan

Soft and tender textured breads which are doubly flavored with garlic. Not only the naan bread is brushed with garlic butter but the naan dough is also infused with fresh garlic, is a soft and chewy, garlicky and easy to make leavened Indian flatbread that can be served with any of your favorite Indian dishes V (1,3,7)
€ 6,80

Butter Naan

Is a delightful Indian flatbread that’s soft, fluffy, and slightly crispy on the outside. It pairs wonderfully with various curries and lentil dishes (1,3,7)

€ 6,80

Kulcha stuffed with Chilli & Cheese

Chilli Cheese Kulcha is a delightful fusion twist on the classic kulcha. These kulchas are stuffed with a flavorful mixture of blue cheese, green chillies, and crushed peppercorns V (1,3,7)

€ 8,40

Kulcha stuffed with Keema

Keema Kulcha, a delightful Indian dish, combines the softness of kulcha bread with the rich flavors of spiced minced meat NV (1,3,7)

€ 8,40

Kulcha stuffed with Potato, Onion & Paneer

This recipe has a spiced, savoury and lightly tangy paneer (Indian cottage cheese) filling making for a crisp and soft tender flatbread, potato and onion V (1,3,7)

€ 8,40


Bakarkhani is a popular bread from the Mughlai cuisine and is preferred by many with hot and spicy chicken and mutton curry recipes. This dish is a blend of several North Indian recipes. Almonds along with sugar gives this recipe a perfect finishing touch. This appetizer has a biscuit like texture. The scent of saffron forms an important part of this cuisine. It is said that almonds help to improve the memory V (1,7,8,11)

€ 6,80

Shahi Tukda

Is a rich, royal and popular dessert from the Mughlai Cuisine. It is made of ghee fried bread slices that are soaked in rose & cardamom scented sugar syrup which are topped with fragrant, creamy, sweetened, thickened milk (a.k.a rabdi) that is flavored with exotic saffron. This decadent sweet is garnished with nuts like almonds, pistachios, cashews and sometimes even edible silver leaf (varak) V (1,7,8)
€ 10,00

Badshah Falooda

Falooda, also spelled as “Faluda”, is a delightful frozen dessert that has its origins in the Mughlai cuisine. You’ll find it prominently featured in restaurants, ice cream parlors, and food joints across the Indian subcontinent. It’s made with thin vermicelli made from corn starch, known as “falooda sev”, forms the base. These silky, milky strands melt in your mouth. Full-fat milk is used to create a rich and creamy texture. Rose syrus, a fragrant, sweet rose-flavored syrup adds a delightful twist. Sabja seeds (Sweet Basil Seeds), these tiny seeds have cooling properties and are often used during hot summers. They add a unique texture to falooda.
Jelly, some variations include colorful jelly cubes. Ice cream, the crowning glory! Vanilla ice cream is placed on top. Nuts and dried fruits, garnish with chopped nuts, raisins, and glazed cherries V, GF (7,8)
€ 10,00

Mango Shrikhand

Is a delightful Indian dessert originating from Marathi and Gujarati cuisine. It’s made with creamy hung curd (yogurt) and flavored with ripe mangoes, saffron, and cardamom. According to a popular legend, shrikhand was invented by traveling herders. To carry their yogurt easily while travelling, they strained out its whey. Since the strained yogurt became sour by morning, they mixed it with sugar to make it more palatable, leading to the creation of shrikhand. This is Cittamani’s best seller from the opening of the restaurant in 2017 and in our version we add a chocolate dome V, GF (7)
€ 10,00

Pumpkin Gulgula

Is a delightful Indian treat that combines the earthy sweetness of pumpkin with the crispy goodness of fried dough. These little fritters are like sweetened mini donuts, and they’re perfect for indulging during festivals or as a cozy snack on chilly days. Sweet, tender on the inside, and crispy on the outside, these Gulgule (singular gulgula) are fennel-scented deep-fried balls of deliciousness from the North Indian cuisine.  These deep-fried sweets are made with whole wheat flour, sugar or jaggery and fennel seeds, filled with a ganache of black chocolate and black pepper V (1,3,7)
€ 10,00

Selection of Ice Cream and Sorbet

Please kindly ask Cittamani staff for the availabilities of the day !

€ 10,00

Cover charge €2.50

Please communicate any allergies and/or intolerances to the restaurant.

Pursuant to EU Regulation 1169/2011, there are 14 allergens:

  1. Cereals containing gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt, kamut or their hybridized strains)
  2. Crustaceans and derivatives
  3. Eggs and derivatives
  4. Fish and derivatives
  5. Peanuts and derivatives
  6. Soy and derivatives
  7. Milk and derivatives
  8. Nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews, pistachios)
  9. Celery and derivatives
  10. Mustard and derivatives
  11. Sesame and derivatives
  12. Sulfur dioxide and sulphites in concentrations higher than 10mg/kg or mg/l
  13. Lupins and derivatives
  14. Molluscs and derivatives