So when Butter & Spice invited us to try authentic North Indian cuisine, we were not sure what to expect.
And we were pleasantly surprised. In fact, my reaction to B while tasting the dishes was exactly this: “Wow! This can be pretty good!”
The marination on the Tandoori Chicken was just right, and the meat was grilled to perfection.
The Aloo Gobi was pretty awesome too. The cauliflower and potato in a fragrant gravy went really well with the naan and rice.
We also had the Prawn Chatpata, where juicy prawns were soaked in a distinctive curry base that tasted both sweet and savoury.
If you are concerned about a surfeit of heavy-tasting dishes, order a Mango Lassi (mango, yogurt and milk, served chilled) to cleanse your palate, and you can be on your way to indulge in the food again.
Do also give the Masala Chai (masala spices, tea and milk) a try if you are looking for something stronger than the usual “teh tarik”.
Now I’m looking forward to having authentic Indian cuisine again 😋
Thanks to Butter & Spice for hosting us!

Tandoori Chicken (half) - $11.50
Aloo Gobi (set meal, comes with naan and a bowl of rice) - $10.00
Prawn Chatpata - $14.00
Mango Lassi - $2.90
Masala Chai - $1.50

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