DRINKS menus

ASHA'S BIRMINGHAM

Our Signature Dishes

Our menu brings you a selection of a traditional cuisine, together with contemporary Indian cuisine at its most visionary. Deliciously diverse, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Champagne and Sparkling

White Wines

Dry and Crisp Whites

These wines love lighter flavoured food, including seafood and vegetable kebabs.

Intense, Aromatic White Wines

Really versatile with Indian food and great with most of our seafood, chicken and  vegetarian dishes.

Ripe, fruity and richer white wines

Chicken from the tandoor, Biryani and mild creamy curries work best.

Full bodied, nutty, oaked wines

Richer flavours such as Butter Chicken and Rogan Josh are brilliant with these  wines.

Rosé Wines

Pair these wines with light, fragrant dishes such as Kofta and Chingri Malai.

Red Wines

Soft, light and easy drinking reds

Perfect as an aperitif or  with milder dishes such as Korma and Chicken Keema.

Juicy, medium bodied and fruity reds

The fruitiness of those wines complement richer food such as  Tikka Masala, Makhanwala and Gosht.

Spicy, warming and peppery reds

This style of wine is particularly good with North West Indian food,  Bharta and Gosht and for extra heat, Vindaloo.

Full bodied, oak aged, complex wines

These wines need big food flavours and rich sauces such as Vindaloo, Gosht and Jhalfrezi. Best not taken with seafood.

Asha’s Speciality Cocktails

Non-Alcoholic

Lassies

Infused Martinis

Asha’s Shorts / Rocks

Asha’s Long Cocktails

Classics

Shooters

Champagne Cocktails

Draught & Bottled Beers

Blended Whisky

Single malt Whisky

American Bourbon Whisky

Liqueurs, Bitters and Aperitifs

Please ask your bartender/server for the selection
Price £2.95 for 25ml

Cognac

Vodka

Gin

Pink Gin

Tequila

Rum

Beverages

Please Note: While we do our best to reduce the risk of cross-contamination in our restaurants, we CANNOT guarantee that any of our dishes are free from allergens and therefore cannot accept any liability in this respect. Guests with severe allergies are advised to assess their own level of risk and consume dishes at their own risk.