Masala and Coal, which opened its first site in Slough pub The Three Tuns in 2017, is described as offering diners ‘a unique concept of Indian barbeque fusion food in a modern setting’.
Parmar has created a number of dishes for the menu, including nacho popadoms topped with mango chutney, pomegranate and jalapeño; and masala holi popcorn.
Parmar’s involvement is expected to continue after the restaurant launches, with an eye to further evolving the menu.
“Masala & Coal is all about blending modern food with Indian tradition and that is something I have always been passionate about,” says Parmar.
“I am so excited to be on-board working with the team in developing dishes that diners will absolutely love.”
The full menu will feature pani puri shots (£6); Bombay burrito served with chicken tikka, lamb kebab or paneer (£10.50); butter chicken wings (£7.50); masala curries (£8-£9.50); and a mixed grill sharing platter (£19).
Sandy Bhambra, founder of Masala & Coal, says Parmar’s involvement will allow the restaurant to offer diners “something different” to other curry houses.