Dear Valued Customers,
Firstly, on behalf of all the Little Bay team, I would like to wish you all a very Happy and Healthy New Year. It has been a challenging year for us all and we are glad to see the back of it.
Throughout the changing government guidelines over the past many months, one thing that remained constant was our ability to keep providing you with our food and drinks, whether in-house or takeaway. This was due to the tremendously hard-working team we have from our chefs to servers and kitchen porters; they all pulled together to keep us and you going through the difficult, uncertain months.
Food is a universal language that brings people together and over the last year, eating together at home has reintroduced that lost familial connection and strengthened unity in families. We are grateful to have contributed a small part towards this endeavour and look forward to seeing you back in our dining room in the coming weeks. In the meantime, we remain open seven days a week from 12pm to 9pm for our takeaway service both delivery and collection.
For any special celebrations and intimate events at home, we are here to provide you with a tailor-made, catering service.
In the meantime, I take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our loyal patrons for your continued custom.
Originating from the South Indian state of Karnataka, a bhaji is a deep fried snack similar to a fritter or tempura.
In India, this teatime favourite is often quickly rustled up at home when guests visit, or when the family fancies a quick bite, or when you’re short of ingredients, or when it’s raining. You see, there really is no reason required to treat your tastebuds to the irresistible, spicy, salty taste of an onion bhaji. Any excuse will do!
A popular street food, the onion bhaji consists of just two main ingredients: onions & chickpea flour. Onions are chopped, diced or sliced, roughly coated in a paste of chickpea flour, water and spices and then thrown into a wok of boiling hot oil and left to bubble and bob around until golden brown before being rescued with a slotted spoon and drained to be served piping hot. A usual accompaniment is a tangy, green chutney bursting with the freshness of coriander and mint.
So not only irresistible but also good for you! Some of the most impressive health benefits of eating onions are:
OK, so perhaps eating deep fried onions daily may not make your gut happy but it will certainly put a smile on your face!
Our mouthwatering onion bhajis are hissing and sizzling in the kitchen right now just waiting for your order. You'll find them in the Starters section of the menu.
Go on, you know you want to. You can thank us later x