Indian and South Asian
Great feedback from local press and a growing band of regular customers are testament to the quality on offer here; in fact, a local survey pronounced the restaurant 'an asset to the village'. Specialising in seafood, from mussels in a tangy sauce to the very popular and impressive chicken marango, the team here continually change and adapt the menu, ensuring that there is always something new to try - lamb shank and minted salmon are just some of the most recent additions. Other newly introduced items include a starter of lightly spiced seared halibut served with a side salad, and the fabulous French trim rack of lamb served in a medium sauce.
Buffet menus are available for parties, business functions and weddings, and at Pasha the chef is happy to customise any dish to suit any taste. The aim here is to only produce food that the owners and chefs would eat at home - traditional food with extra punch. Given 'ten out of ten for presentation' by a local paper and with such stellar service, one would be hard pushed to find another Indian restaurant providing such a memorable dining experience. It comes as no surprise that booking is advisable (and essential at weekends) at this people's choice restaurant.
Fully licensed with free parking after 6pm and 65 covers, award-winning Pasha brings a bit of the capital's panache to Hampshire.