Dads can be so difficult to buy for, can’t they? And what’s more, surely they tire of all those socks, ties and toiletries! We know that as far as dads are concerned there’s nothing better than a full belly, so why not give the gift of good food this Father's Day and say thank you with a My Local Indian gift voucher!
Our vouchers are easy to buy, easy to use, easy to enjoy! Especially if you’re not able to see your father on the day. They are conveniently available in any multiples of £10 upwards, and the voucher is eligible for online redemption for either home delivery or for click and collect from one of our outlets. What’s more, you can add your gift message when you order to make things really special – our gift vouchers are perfect for when you need a Father’s Day present speedily that you know the recipient will love!
Alternatively, if you’d love dad to have a big box to open on the day, why not put together an order of delicious dishes and have a Father's Day Feast delivered direct to your dad by next day courier - perfect for a tasty treat while watching his sports team or classic film on TV, or after returning home from the match or the movies!
See below for some inspiration for your choices – all of which are popular dishes from our extensive range and firm family favourites:
Onion Kale Pakora – Deep fried snack of sliced onion and kale with chilli and ginger in a chickpea flour batter.
Railway Lamb Curry – Medium lamb curry cooked along with potatoes and aromatic spices, which is popular as it was served in the Indian Railway carriages during the British Raj.
Keralan Crumb Fried Prawns – Succulent tiger prawns marinated in Kashmiri chilli and crumb fried – Favourite spicy snack of Kochi, Kerala.
Chicken Chettinadu – A classic South Indian chicken preparation – Chicken slow cooked in roasted spices and aromatic herbs.
Cheriappi’s Spiced Pork Belly – Keralan NHS doctor’s recipe – Pork belly chunks perfectly cooked in aromatic spices.
Syrian Beef Curry – A Portuguese inspired spicy beef dish popular among the Syrian Christians of Kerala.
Grandma’s Fish Curry – Traditional fish curry from the south western coast of India using coconut, curry leaves and Kudampuli (malabar tamarind)
Chicken Biriyani – Chicken and Basmati rice cooked with exotic spices, saffron, ghee and fried onion. A complete meal in itself. Goes well with Raita.