Shahi Nehari: A dish to warm up the cold winters


The onset of the winter season has brought out the carefully stowed woollies, an excuse to wake up just a little bit later in the mornings, and a reason to dig into those delectable winter dishes. And if you are looking for some comfort food with just the right amount of spice to warm you up, we have the perfect dish in our menu- our Shahi Nehari.

Amongst the many cultural practices and traditions brought by the Mughals to India, enticing food recipes rightfully get a special mention. And within those recipes, the Shahi Nehari deservedly holds its own.

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Shahi Nehari finds its origin in Hyderabad or Old Delhi in the late 18th century when the Mughal Empire was on its last lap. Derived from the word ‘Nahar’ which means morning. Shahi Nehari, as we mentioned earlier, is best enjoyed during the winters.

This stew-based dish has goat meat trotters blended with our signature spices and is slow-cooked for 24 hours. The main ingredients that go into making our Shahi Nehari include, black pepper, cardamom, saffron, khus ki jadh and paan ki jadh.

This Nawabi dish is high in flavour and rich in taste. And as the popular saying of a butcher goes, “Let me meat your needs!”, this absolute meat dish, rightly meets the needs of red meat lovers and those looking for something to warm themselves up on cold winter days.

So, go ahead and place an order online for the best Shahi Nehari in Delhi.