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16 Market Place, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 5BG
T: 01969 625777 or 625778

Fully air conditioned
Open 7 days a week: 6pm until 11pm
Friday and Saturday: 6pm until 11.30pm (inc all Bank Holiday)

10% discount on take away orders

The word saffron comes from the Arabic Za'faran and is collected from the crocus flower. Crocus sativus is grown for this spice, used to colour and flavour dishes. The long crimson stigmas (the female part of the flower) are picked and then dried to make the spice. It is very expensive because of the work it takes to produce. It can take as many as 4,000 flowers to produce one ounce of saffron. It is, in fact, the world's most expensive spice.

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appetisers

Meat and poultry, seafood or vegetarian, the choice is yours

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chef's recommendations

Ostrich or venison in any style, Bangldeshi Korai, Balti, Desi Massala, Desi Paneer and many other dishes

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saffron's finest vegetarian selection

All vegetable dishes can be served as a main meal or side order. Cooked with delicious herbs, spices, fresh tomatoes, onions, garlic, ginger, coriander, methi and fresh vegetables of your choice and to the strength you want.

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