The London Curry House: This place serves some astonishing Indi-Fusion dishes and mocktails. After receiving a ton load of good reviews, we finally decided to pay a visit for dinner. They all were right; it is indeed a great place for fusion food. The mocktails were rescuers for non-drinkers. Every Mocktail was crafted with adequate care and mix. Neither too sweet nor too sour, we liked What a fuzz, When I'm feeling blue and Sherlock's mocktails. Coming to starters, they have excellent choices to select from. Every dish has a unique blend of fusion to it, making it one of its kind. The size of Bahubali Kachori confounded everyone of us. Such a huge Kachori filled with loads of ingredients, filled with sweet curd and topped with masala vada & curd drenched rasa-gulla was such a mouth-watering dish. PS- One person cannot finish it. Moving on, the Potli Chat was another delicious dish. Potlis (bundle/ bale) was stuffed with masala veggies and deep-fried. It was dressed with sweet curd and was accompanied by spicy salsa sauce. Delightful to eyes and for taste buds. The special Jhula Chaat is a Chaat platter invented by them. The chats are served on a miniature version of giant wheel and it contains- Kachori, Samosa, Spring rolls and Dahi Bhalla. Also the Sweet Corn rolls, Baby Corn Cigars, Samosa Soup were impressive. The desserts were also surprising and intriguing. The Bird's Nest was a liquid nitrogen mix dessert poured on ice-cream and other secret ingredients. It was cold, sweet, delicious and just melts in the mouth. It is worth an experience to have if you are excited about fusion food. Cheers.
The London Curry House Brings You The Best Indian Fusion Food!
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Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids
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