Tips to prepare a menu for Indian Party

Indian people always love to enjoy every moment, and they organise parties very frequently. But preparing an Indian food menu for a specific party is a pretty difficult task. If you are also planning a party, then it would be a great option for you to visit the Royal Curry House, an Indian restaurant in Sydney.

Because they are well-known for serving the authentic taste of Indian food in Sydney, you can read this blog in order to get information about preparing a menu for an Indian party.

Follow these steps to prepare the Indian dish menu

  • Know about your guests

This is the first and foremost thing that you have to keep in mind while preparing the menu for your party. That is deciding about the type of food, whether vegetarian dishes will be there or nonvegetarian. It will be a great choice to select both types of dishes because at every party there are both types of people.

After that, you have to collect information about the number of total guests because according to that you can get an idea about the quantity of food.

  • Drinks

In the next step, you have to select some drinks that you want to serve your guest. Well, the selection of drinks should be according to the season of weather. In winter, you can give more priority to hot drinks such as tea and coffee, but in the summer season, cold drinks will be an excellent option. You have to make sure to add simple water to your list no matter what type of weather or season it is because after eating or before eating, our body demands water.

  • Dishes

In this step, you have to predict what kind of dishes your guests will love to eat. If you are unable to do this, you can select some of the most popular Indian dishes. And make sure to add nonvegetarian food at winter parties (if acceptable). Because in the winter season people love to eat non veg food.

This is a list of dishes that you can add to your menu

  • Samosa chaat
  • Matar chaat
  • Dahi Bhalla, and make sure to add mint in order to make it tastier
  • Roasted Chickpeas
  • Vegetable Puffs
  • Butter chicken
  • Mutter Paneer
  • Aloo Gobhi
  • Stuffed Mushrooms
  • Paneer Tikka
  • Tandoori Chicken
  • Tandoori Fish Tikka


  • Desserts

Adding some desserts to your menu will make your party more memorable and enjoyable because people love to eat dessert after eating food.

And desserts that you can add to your menu are:

  • Gulab Jamun
  • Kaju Katli
  • Carrot Halwa
  • Ladoo
  • Jangri
  • Jalebi
  • Badusha
  • Kheer