The North-West frontiers of India had been witness to innumerable wars and invasions by the Turkish, Persian and Mongoloid rulers who had initially come to conquer the land but fell in love with it instead. It is said that they used to put pulses, meat and vegetables in one big iron vessel in the early hours of the morning letting it cook over slow fire, while they battled with the enemy. At sunset when the battle for the day would be over, they would eat that food which had been cooking all day long. This vessel was known as the Sigree.
At Sigree, we have adapted this art of slow cooking over charcoal, a signature method for preparing food in the kitchens of Imperial India!
The subtle lighting suited with the ambient decor will definitely transport you to the era of the Nawabs and Sultans, where the sound of the ghungroo, table and the Sarangi will reverberate in unison to glory.