Saturday, March 12, 2016

INDU Dining, Sydney CBD

INDU, a South Indian inspired restaurant opens up in Sydney recently and their food has been a hyped among foodies lately. This was a late post, I'visited the place months ago with 5 other foodies and we enjoyed everything that we ordered~!

First, we ordered from the DOSA BAR, Smoked Goat's leg, Zucchini Ribbon Raita, pomegranate, Chilli and Bacon jam. There is nothing not to love from this dish! the Goat's leg was just soo tasty and we did eat it the right way, by ripping the dosa and using our hands~ "_ So much funnn

Second starter that we picked was the Sesame rolled beetroot croquettes of hung yoghurt, green chilli, Ginger & Garlic raita. It came in 4 pieces and this little croquette sure does deliver a big flavour! A must order dish in INDU

For accompaniment, we ordered from THE VILLAGE section and got the Beetroot & Apple Raita, Walnut, and fresh Mint.
Raita $6
Now, the real game begins! when this badboys reached the table, the aromatic fragrance of this dish has caught my heart almost straight away! Slow Braised Devilled Beef cheek with Kachumber salad. After the first bite, U'll know why the word "devilled" is there! It's fiery hot! peppery and chilli spicy. I reallyyy lovee it! this dish can literally make me sweat and it's just awesome!

One of their famous dish is The Great Lamb Raan. Marinated and slow roasted over 48 hours with yoghurt and spice, fresh mint and chutney. They got an option for half/full serve and of course we go for the full.  When this dish arrive, we were asking for a knife to cut them through, the waitress told us that we wouldn't need such thing as the meat is so tender and she was right! Oh my gOood. The tenderness of the meat is no joke and the flavour is just rich and meaty. Another great meat dish here :)

Full serve $80
Now this pretty looking dish is their 5-spice Crusted Barramundi, string hoppers, tumeric and coconut molee. I'm not so impressed with the flavour, may be just because I'm not a great fan of fish in the first place. Or may be after that rich flavours of the meat dishes covers the subtle flavour of the barramundi to my palate. I didn't say its doesn't taste good, it's just not to my preferences :)
Now here come the dessert, we ordered everything they have on the menu ;P..

First, we had the Caramelised Pineapple, cardamom dulce le leche, chilli & ginger granita, yoghurt jelly.

Gulab Jamun rolled in Coconut Sand, Saffron Anglaise, kashimiri honeycomb Shards

Watermelon and Mint Popsicle

White Chocolate & Coconut Cream, Caramelised pomegranate & Fig

Verdict of the dessert, hmm hard to say, my fave would be the last two on my post above. Some of the foodies said they weren't to impress with the desserts. So my money would definitely be on the savoury dishes!

Great atmosphere of the place, it can be too dark for Photography but luckily, the restaurant manager was generous enough that they've placed us in their "special spot" in the restaurant with big tables and very good lighting :) Service was great too and I will definitely be back for the pork belly curry!

Indu Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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