Gandhi has been dishing up samosas and tikka masala for ten years, but they’ve undergone a spicy makeover. With vibrant décor, bright artwork and Bollywood dancers every Friday and Saturday night, you’ll feel like you’ve landed in the midst of a Bollywood production. Nab a table or just pull up an embroidered cushion at the new street food cart outside and tuck into the day’s selection of Indian street eats.
In the kitchen, it’s all about tradition, from the wood fired clay tandoori ovens to the authentic curries bursting with Indian flavours and spices. Keep calm and curry on if spicy food isn’t your thing though, there is butter chicken aplenty and all dishes can be made mild, medium or hot to suit your palette. However, if you do like your curries as hot as an Indian summer, get the fiery lamb vindaloo with tender lamb pieces or Goan goat curry India! Team it with some garlic naan, crispy fried coconut prawns and a glass of wine or a beer and you’ll have an Indian food baby in no time.