Indian kitchen – restaurant review
Have you been to India yet? Have you wondering what it’s like?
Well, first of all, it’s amazing:) it’s a lot of fun and a beautiful place– I warmly recommend visiting! But, in the meanwhile – you can have a small taste of India right here in Beijing, literally. There is a good Indian restaurant that serves authentic food, properly made and fair prices. The décor is not ‘really’ 100% Indian, because if you will travel in India and not go to fancy restaurants you will not always sit on a proper chair, but that’s beside the point, the point is the food – and the food is good. Indian food usually varies from area to area, but in Indian kitchen you will find the famous dishes from all over – if it’s ‘aloo gobi’ (potatoes and cauliflower) from the north, or ‘daal vada’ (kind of fried ground lentil pakora) from the south.
Let the feast begin – when we set down the waiter first gave us a plate full of tasty crispy chips, that they have made, and a 2 kind of sauces – I couldn’t put my finger on what they are made of. For starters we had very good mutton soup (my favorite), excellent chicken masala (full dish, 3 people), and some good vegetarian samosa’s. For main dishes, we took aloo gobi, black dal, garlic naan and paratha (the latter are kinds of bread). For drinks we took a very interesting 14% alcohol black beer – I’m not sure where it is from, but it’s definitely worth a try..!
For dessert we took something which is called Kulfi – it came on a watermelon bedding, and the dessert itself was a kind of ice-cream with nuts inside – awesome! I’ll defiantly take it again.
Some pictures from the restaurant.
Indian kitchen review
Here is the location of the restaurant (if you are located in China you need VPN to see the location pin):