With a menu packed full of authentic Indian cuisine, the Indiana Restaurant is the place in Gorey for curry.
Situated in the centre of Gorey, just a stone’s throw away from the Gorey Little Theatre and The Gaslamp Gallery, the Indiana Restaurant packs a punch when it comes to spicy food, providing plenty of choices for both carnivorous and herbivorous diners alike.
Kick things off with some of Indiana Restaurant’s excellent appetisers, which provide insightful tasters into the overall cuisine and as a collective group can make for an enjoyable tapas introduction to a group meal. Some of the tantalising starters include the zesty tandoori king prawns, marinated with a potent blend of lemon, ajwain and green cardamom, the scrumptious Lasoni Tikka, chicken breast pieces cooked in cheese, garlic and yogurt, and the fiery chilli paneer, a traditional Indian cheese lightly fried and served with green chillies.
No curry house worth its salt omits classics like Balti and Tandoori dishes and the Indiana Restaurant is no exception. It does, however, feature several enticing house specialities, all of which merit consideration. Just a few of these exemplary entrees are the exotic Hash Ka Bash, a duck based dish with a spicy garam masala sauce, the distinct Tarka Sag Dal, a mixture of three kinds of lentil cooked with garlic and spinach, and the delicious Chingari Bahar, grilled king prawns enhanced with coconut and curry leaves.
There’s a wealth of choice available at the Indiana Restaurant, as well as a special kids menu that turns the heat down on several curries and offers some tried and tasted British dishes for young diners. With this in mind there’s no reason not to bring the whole family to enjoy some quality Indian cuisine at the Indiana Restaurant.