The Drink Selection here is great they have a range of beer, wine and soft drinks as well as the Indian Famous lassi. We had a beer as well as both a classic mango and also a rose lassi. All the drinks were good and at a very reasonable price. Here they also have a BYO policy which is great if you want to have a cheaper meal with wine.
The Menu here is great, filled with a wide range of dishes. After spending a few minutes of looking through the menu there was only one. The Royal Feast, it really was royal soo much for such a little price tag. $45 Per person which included entres, mains and dessert with tea or coffee.
Lets being with the Entre, Starting with a generous server of popadoms as well as a mango chutney, chat and pickled vegetables. All three were delicious and the popadoms crunchy. Next Came out the Chicken 65! Wow, it just blew my mind so much flavour and for an entree a good size. It was served with a mint yoghurt and probably for the best as my dining companion didn’t have the strongest spice control, a great accompaniment. Finishing off with samosas, flaky pastry a great filling another really delicious dish. I was now concerned as I was so full.
Time for the mains, just 5 more dishes starting with the rogan josh, now for me it was yum the lamb melting in the mouth, however, I felt this wasn’t quite a rogan josh as normally its a very tomato based dish it was still a yum curry. The Chicken Makhani another tender curry chicken soft and mouthwatering. The Alu Gobi Bangain was a nice vegetable dish which was great and a nice balance of all the meat. ( you can also choose the spice level of your curry we went for a mild one and it was the perfect spice level)
We had 3 sides with the meal of Kachumber salad, saffron rice and the choice of Naan bread, we opted for a garlic as its always the go-to choice. These dishes all complement the curry’s so well. there was so much food that we were not able to finish thankfully they boxed it all up for us and it was the next day’s lunch.
Dessert was a choice of ice cream served with coffee, the mango was yummy I didn’t try the other but it also looked good and coffee with latte art to finish.
We were seated pretty fast and was brought over some complimentary popadoms and water which was nice. There was a slowness of the order being taken but this was fine as it was getting busy and we were in no rush. Once the waitress came over it was smooth sailing drinks came out fast followed by entrees. Once we finished the waitress came over and as we were so full she offered a break between courses which was a nice touch. The staff were all lovely all the way through and very attentive an overall good experience.
The setting here is great, we sat outside and was able to watch things going on around us. A great small venue with wonderful food and service all the way through with great value for money whether you were going for one of the banquet meals of ordering off of the al carte menu a great overall and I will be back for sure.
For me being from the UK Indian food can sometimes be not that great but it was just beautiful.