Tula

Tula

Indian • South Asian • South Indian

4.6
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Location and hours

Building B Parkfield Industrial Estate, London, England SW11 5BA
Sunday
12:00 - 22:00
Monday
10:30 - 10:45
Tuesday - Saturday
12:00 - 22:00

Building B Parkfield Industrial Estate, London, England SW11 5BA • More info


  • Meal Deals

    • Tula for 2

      Create your own ideal meal for two! Choose 2 mains, 1 dal, 1 side and 1 rice dish. If you want to personalise your delivery based on your individual body types, head to tulafood.com and take our 60 second Dosha test. We'll tell you which of our dishes are feel-good for you!
      £24.00
    • Tula for 4

      Feel-good Indian food for your whole household! Choose 4 mains, 1 dal, 1 side and 2 rice dishes. If you want to personalise your delivery based on your individual body types, head to tulafood.com and take our 60 second Dosha test. We'll tell you which of our dishes are perfect for you!
      £47.50
  • Tula Bowls

    • Vata Bowl

      Our Vata bowl pairs our delicate cod curry cooked in coconut and spiced with peppercorns, clove and cardamom, alongside stir-fried cabbage, black gram dal and rice with peas. Our bowls are tailored to three body types using the science of Ayurveda, and this one is particularly nourishing for Vatas. A Vata usually feels cold, becomes easily tired and has a restless mind. Sounds like you? This is the bowl for you. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and eat.
      £12.50
    • Pitta Bowl (Vegan)

      Our vegan friendly Pitta bowl pairs our white pumpkin, sweet potato and carrots in a cumin-spiced coconut curry alongside squash, yam, potato and carrot stew, Bengal gram dal and beetroot rice. Our bowls are tailored to three body types using the science of Ayurveda, and this one is particularly nourishing for Pittas. A Pitta usually has oily skin, suffers intense hunger and get frequent tension headaches. Sounds like you? This is the bowl for you. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and eat.
      £12.50
    • Kapha Bowl

      Our Kapha bowl pairs roasted lamb chops with ginger, toasted cumin, cardamom, cloves and cinnamon, alongside smoky roasted aubergine, tangy pigeon peas Dal and cumin infused rice. Our bowls are tailored to three body types using the science of Ayurveda, and this one is particularly nourishing for Kaphas. A Kapha usually needs lots of rest, feels heavy or bloated after eating, and might lack energy. Sounds like you? This is the bowl for you. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and eat.
      £14.00
  • Mains

    • Adrak ke Punjey - Roasted Lamb Chops

      Literally translated, 'adrak ke punjey’ means claws of ginger. And ginger certainly plays an integral flavour in this dish from the courts of the rulers of Awadh. This rack of lamb is a recipe rarely seen in restaurants in India and is a treasured heirloom recipe of India’s most famous Awadhi chefs. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £12.00
    • Jhinga Miriwale - Tiger Prawns with black and green peppercorns

      Freshly cooked tiger prawns with the sharpness of black and green peppercorns. Tamil Nadu's famous pepper plantations in south India are also home to eucalyptus trees that fill the air with a heady sweet and spicy aroma. This delicate prawn dish perfectly balances the sweetness of the tiger prawns with the sharpness of black and green peppercorns. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £12.00
    • Lagan nu Ishtew (Ve) - Squash, Yam, Potato and Carrot Stew

      A comforting squash, yam, potato and carrot stew with turmeric, green chillies and jaggery. The fire-worshipping Zoroastrians arrived on India's west coast in the 7th century and were quick to adapt to their new home. The use of jaggery, like in this wedding stew, is adopted from their Gujrati hosts' love for sweet and sour food. This is a rare veggie gem in a mostly meat and fish led diet. It is served with the first course of a five-course Parsi wedding. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Avial (Ve) - White Pumpkin, Sweet Potato and Carrots in a Coconut sauce

      White pumpkin, sweet potato and carrots in a cumin-spiced coconut sauce. Keralites around the world celebrate the harvest with a feast that comprises 26 vegetarian dishes served on a banana leaf. Taking pride of place in the feast is this light and nutritious dish with white pumpkin, sweet potato and carrots in a cumin-spiced coconut sauce. If you like curry leaves, you will love this dish from Kerala. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Fish Moilee - Cod Curry

      A delicate cod curry cooked in coconut and spiced with peppercorns, clove and cardamom is cooked in the Anglo-Indian homes of Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kerala. Kerala used to have a flourishing spice trade with Portugal and this curry is just one of the many delicious outcomes of their cultural exchange. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Murgh Korma - Braised Chicken Stew

      Braised chicken stew with yoghurt, cardamom, saffron and almonds. India has a delicious variety of kormas, recipes ever-changing from one community to the next, depending on the local techniques and ingredients. This chicken korma was first created by a Hyderabadi Muslim family for a wedding feast, using a recipe that dates back to the kitchens of the Nizam of Hyderabad in the early 1900s. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Chukhandar ka Gosht - Slow stewed Beef with Beetroot

      One of our most colourful dishes! Slowly stewed beef with beetroot. One In North Indian homes, the unexpected marriage of delicate lamb with gorgeous beetroots cooked over a slow heat comes together in a hearty and traditional meat curry, best enjoyed with a rice pairing. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Ghanta Tarkari (Ve) - Potatoes, green beans & cauliflower

      Potatoes, green beans & cauliflower spiced with fennel, cumin, mustard and chilli. This fragrant medley of potatoes, green beans & cauliflower spiced with fennel, cumin, mustard and chilli is a signature, everyday dish of all Odiya households. A more elaborate version of this dish, with 21 different vegetables, is made during festivals. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
    • Kosha Mangsho - Slow-cooked lamb stew

      Slow-cooked lamb stew cooked in yoghurt and spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and chillis. The search for the best kosha mangsho is an ongoing journey for most Bengalis. Every grandma has her own secret recipe and it is the Bengali household's answer to the Sunday Roast. this slow-cooked lamb stew cooked in yoghurt and spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and chillies. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £11.00
  • Sides

    • Koora (V) - Stir-fried cabbage

      This comforting Stir-fried cabbage with roasted gram, ginger and curry leaves recipe is from an Octogenarian grandmother from Andhra Pradesh. It's the dish that got her green-hating son to start eating vegetables. She is convinced it's the clever use of roasted gram that adds a beautiful nutty flavour to even the most ordinary of dishes. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £5.00
    • Baingan ka Bharta (Ve) - Warming Aubergine Mash

      A warming smoky roasted aubergine mash. Aubergine, also called 'the poor man's caviar' on account of its many seeds, is India's gift to the world of vegetarian cooking. It is found abundantly across India and cooked in a multitude of ways. This silky and smoky baingan bharta has strong ties to open-fire cooking in North India and also features in an ancient Indian cookbook from 1550. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £5.00
    • Station Wale Aloo (Ve) - Sauteed potatoes and tomatoes

      Sauteed potatoes and tomatoes with cumin and turmeric - an Indian everyday classic. Magical train journeys are at the heart of many Indian childhoods. Stopping noislily at train stations, we would greedily mop up delicious 'station wale aloo' - a hearty vegan potato curry - passed through grilled train windows for a few rupees cooked with no onions or garlic to suit everyone, and that they did. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £5.00
  • Dal

    • Hyderabadi Dal (Ve)

      A beautifully tangy, tomato and tamarind pigeon peas dal. A dish from the erstwhile princely state of Hyderabad, this dal is soured with tamarind and tempered with curry leaves for a unique flavour, different from most Indian dals. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £4.50
    • Cholar Dal (Ve)

      Bengali households have a dal for every occasion. This versatile sweet and savoury Bengal gram dal with coconut and raisins is a Bengali classic and enjoyed at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
      £4.50
    • Langar Dal (Ve)

      This hearty, slow-cooked split-Bengal gram and black gram dish with cumin and coriander is made in the community kitchens of Gurudwaras across Punjab. These kitchens are run by volunteers and feed hot, hearty meals to thousands of visitors from all communities and ethnicities. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £4.50
  • Rice

    • Beetroot Pulao (Ve)

      A bright beetroot and spiced rice 'pulao' with mint. This particular pulao is believed to be a war meal. After a day's battle, weary soldiers ate rice and vegetables thrown in a huge pot and flavoured with local spices. Simple and delicious. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £3.00
    • Peas Pulao (Ve)

      A brown basmati rice with cinnamon, turmeric and peas. Sweet peas and the addition of cinnamon add a touch of luxury to the everyday in this rice dish from North India. The spice is frequently used in Indian cooking as it boosts digestion. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £3.00
    • Jeera Rice (Ve)

      Cumin-infused fluffy basmati rice. The best basmati in the world grows in the foothills of the Himalayas. Cooked with sharp and peppery cumin, this North Indian style of making rice is a versatile companion to almost everything on the Indian dining table. Delivered chilled, ready to heat and enjoy.
      £3.00
  • Meal Preparation

    • 3 days of balancing meal preparation

      £25.50
  • Drinks

    • ChariTea Red Iced Rooibos Tea with Passion Fruit

      This organic and freshly brewed Rooibos tea from ChariTea is full of flavour and sweetened with agave syrup and passionfruit juice. The Fairtrade tea comes from plantations in South Africa and the money supports local social, education and medical projects.
      £2.99
    • ChariTea Iced Green Tea with Ginger

      ChariTea have created a tasty infusion of organic green tea with added honey and ginger to give it an extra sweetness and spice. Everything is freshly brewed and Fairtrade with the tea coming from plantations in Sri Lanka, which help to fund various social and medical projects within their local community.
      £2.99
    • DASH British Sparkling Water with Cucumber

      British sparkling spring water is infused with Cucumber for a crisp dash of flavour.
      £2.50
    • DASH British Sparkling Water with Peach

      British sparkling spring water infused with Peaches for a juicy dash of flavour.
      £2.50
    • DASH British Sparkling Water with Lemon

      British sparkling spring water infused with Lemons for a zesty dash of flavour.
      £2.50
    • Fountain of Youth Coconut Water

      A deliciously pure, pasteurised coconut juice that boasts a naturally sweet flavour and is processed and packaged on plantation in Thailand.
      £2.99
Tula has a FHRS rating of 5. This information was updated on 30/08/2020. The current rating is on their page on the FSA Website. Allergies, intolerances and dietary requirements: Before ordering, please contact the restaurant directly and ask to speak to a member of staff who can assist if you require information about ingredients and help cater for your needs.