House of curry recently celebrated Diwali in its own way with bloggers and media and i was the one who celebrated with them too. I genuinely wanted to try this place out because of the beautiful ambiance and the cuisine they serve is Indian. Being an Indian i was willing to visit here, and my experience was really good.
This place has very royal and ocean inspired ambiance. Indian touch is given in every corner and nook, with beautiful chandelier and fusion wall art on the wall. Blue color is highlighting the best of this place. To make it more real and beautiful banyan trees inside the restaurant is very unique and attractive.
We were served set menu and in starters we had TANDOORI PRAWNS it tasted perfect with garlic marination. MURG MALAI KEBAB in which i could find subtle flavors. VEG SAMOSA was delicious and tasted great with green chutney. ASSORTED PAKORA and STUFFED MUSHROOM tasted good too, with green and red chutney.
In mains our table was full of food, but my favorite was BUTTER CHICKEN gravy was perfectly made and tasting good with BUTTER NAAN. The other gravy was MUTTON ROGAN JOSH which was all right and GOAN PRAWN CURRY didn’t taste that great. BLACK DAAL was too good for me as i simply loved it.
In desserts they have Indian options, JALEBI tasted just all right as i was expecting it to be much better. GULAB JAMUN is every Indians favorite dessert and i loved it the most with out any doubt. GAJAR HALWA made me excited as this is a winter dessert and since winter is knocking the doors already its must have, it tested good.
Final Verdict – Indian cuisine has very beautiful and vibrant history and it can be shown not only with food but also with the ambiance of any restaurant which serves Indian food. House of curry shows the perfect picture of reflection of Indian culture through it’s ambiance. This place is recommended for sure.