There are two things that attract us to a food establishment – the menu and the price. Turners has always focused on the act of balancing the two in such a way that we remain the premier establishment for innovative recipes while pricing ourselves in the mid-to-high range.
With that in mind, we have a menu that remains predominantly fixed. The item names and prices don’t fluctuate as much, however we prepare each item in a slightly different manner each day by varying one or two ingredients to maintain our unpredictability. The idea is to provide varying flavors to our customers and keep them hooked.
We aim to bring flavor and intensity to a small portion of food in order to make you always desire for more. Unlike other establishments, we believe that appetizers should be richly diverse in nutrients and just about calorie-heavy to fill you up till the main course arrives.
Smoked Salmon with walnuts and sesame sauce
Baby spinach and potato roasted in pine sauce
This is where we bring Richard’s visions to life. With main courses, we spilt them into two categories and keep each portions smaller than the traditional equivalents. The idea is to perform as many permutations and combinations as possible to give you an overwhelming culinary experience.
Main course 1
Roasted beef with tomato puree and anchovies, seasoned with Gochujang sauce
Pork balls with Thai Chili sauce
Main course 2
Schweinshaxe, served with fragrant rice and roasted brinjals
Vegetable biriyani with cashews, walnuts and fried paneer cubes
Once you have experienced a world of sweet, sour, bitter and spicy flavors, we bring to you a great selection of desserts, customized to the level of sugar and dairy that you prefer. Recommendation is available upon request as to which dessert blends in with the main course selection that you had earlier opted for.
Chocolate Mousse with strawberry sauce
Sticky rice with Alphonso mangoes
Lemon and custard tarts with blueberries