Heritage now offering takeaway in Dulwich

New fine dining Indian concept Heritage has opened for takeaway from West Dulwich's Rosendale Road.

Its menu – from executive chef Dayashankar Sharma – puts a 'contemporary spin on traditionally grounded recipes', with its current at-home menu showcasing unusual ingredients from lesser known Indian regions.

Sharma has more than 30 years of experience – much of it gleaned in Michelin-starred Indian kitchens including Tamarind and Zaika.

Packaged for two people (or more), the dedicated at-home menu offers a choice of set dining sharing boxes.

The classic Heritage Rajputana (£42 for two) features signature dishes due to appear on the restaurant menu including mysore bonda, murge makhani, kasmiri lamb, masala aloo and dal makhani.

Vegetarian and vegan diners are well catered for with dedicated at home menus for both available (£38 for two), while omnivores can choose the Heritage Grill menu (£42 for two), which includes chicken malai tikka and lucknowi murgh kebab.

The Costal Sack (£45.95) is driven with seafood – customers can expect masala seabass, prawn curry and grilled salmon. Each of the set menus also includes regional breads, rices, chutneys and sides.

Small plates such as makai and palak tikki – sweet corn and spinach cake stuffed with golden raisin – will be available before a choice of kebabs, tikkas, biryanis and main courses such as kemma mutter (infused lamb mince with brown onion, tomato and nutmeg) and murgh makhani (smoked chicken supreme cooked in a creamy tomato sauce with fenugreek).

The dedicated menu will be available to order via the website from Tuesday to Sunday, with delivery available within a 2.5 mile radius of the south London restaurant during lockdown