Friday, January 29, 2016

Indian Fusion

Indian Fusion Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato Small but very popular restaurant. Expect lineups by around 6pm or shortly after and through till maybe 7.30pm or so; as well as tons of take-out bags stacked at the bar.
Lots of gluten-free options, but you really need to ask as it's not indicated on the menu.

Onion Bhajia ($5.95) fusion style onion rings

  • If you are looking for onion rings, these are OK. Not crispy on the outside, but they compensate for it with a curried batter.
  • THIS IS NOT onion bhajji, if that's what you were hoping for.
Aloo Kulcha ($3.45) naan stuffed with potatoes, peas, and a blend of Indian spices
  • Where's my potato? When I got the bill, I realized they gave me ONION Kulcha instead of what I ordered.
Onion Kulcha ($3.25) naan stuffed with diced onions, cumin, spices, and fresh cilantro
  • Mostly tasted the diced onion. Where's the contribution from the other stuff?
Dal Makhani ($11.95) black lentil stewed on a slow fire overnight, garnished with cream and coriander
  • Gluten-free vegetarian curry.
  • Like a tasty-spicy curried version of a thick lentil soup. Really tasty!
Chai ($2.25)
  • One cup of not very spicy or sweet chai. Nothing special or yummy here. Pass.
Overall the curries are good! And portion is maybe twice what you get from places that use the shallow boat ceramic dish, so price for portion seems also very good. Also, using the copper dishes seems to keep the curries hotter longer. Try one curry to share between two persons if you are having rice or naan.

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - onion bhajia

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - onion kulcha

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - Dal Makhani

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - two vegetarian curries

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - deep curry bowls

2016-Jan-29 Indian Fusion - bill folder

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