Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Guilford Road Curry Stop

We received a brochure in the mail about a new halal Indian cafe some months ago and immediately decided that we need to try it. The words ‘brunch buffet’ intrigued us.

Indus Café on Guilford Road, Maylands was our destination for dinner (we thought we’d sample individual dishes for dinner and then decide if we would spend $34.95 per person on a weekend brunch).

Between three of us, we ordered lemon rice (lemon flavoured basmati rice), garlic naan (not actually on the menu but they were happy to accommodate), plain naan, butter chicken, lamb vindaloo and palak paneer. If you have been reading our previous posts, I’m sure you will feel a sense of déjà vu. Yes, we like what we like.

We are accustomed to punchy flavours and so the very mild flavours of these dishes did not bedazzle our tastebuds, but we had a filling meal. The masala tea was excellent though.

Each dish was ~AUD11.99, rice AUD 3.99, naan AUD2.99. Much cheaper than our frequent curry stop, D’tandoor, but there is far less meat/paneer in the dishes.

There is a drive through and 7 days a week home delivery.

If you’re ever in Maylands and looking for halal food, this is an option. Let us know if you try out their brunch buffet.

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1 comment:

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