RESTAURANT GOLDEN TIKKA
Welcome to Indian restaurant Golden Tikka.
It took us a long time to find the perfect name which would represent the
essence of our restaurant. The word „tikka“ has two main meanings in India.
The first meaning is connected with Indian cuisine and comes from Punjab, in
the North of India. It means pieces of meat or vegetables marinated and then
baked in a tandoor oven on a big iron skewer. The second meaning is associated
with Indian culture and tradition. Tikka is a mark worn on the forehead by Hindu
Indians. The most common tikka is red powder applied with the thumb in a single-
upward stroke. A golden tikka is also a jewel worn mainly on the forehead by
Indian brides. Our logo was designed by the academic painter, Ms. Tatiana Svatosova,
who merged these two meanings into one sign in the traditional Indian
colors of ochre (referring to golden) and turquoise.
The name of our restaurant - Golden Tikka - symbolizes our effort to serve
you the best traditional Indian dishes made in the classical way. Indian food is
full of flavor, using a variety off fresh vegetables, lentils and a wide range of
exotic spices, making the food both delicious and healthy. We are ready to fulfill
all your wishes and hope that your visit to Golden Tikka will both delight
your senses and lift your mood.