Healthy option for Breakfast and Lunch but didn't hit the mark for me.. The place is located where Vicinity used to be and it's just across The Grounds in Alexandria.. Might be a good second option when u gotta wait too long for the Grounds ;P
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Saturday, March 12, 2016
INDU, a South Indian inspired restaurant opens up in Sydney recently and their food has been a hyped among foodies lately. This was a late post, I'visited the place months ago with 5 other foodies and we enjoyed everything that we ordered~!
First, we ordered from the DOSA BAR, Smoked Goat's leg, Zucchini Ribbon Raita, pomegranate, Chilli and Bacon jam. There is nothing not to love from this dish! the Goat's leg was just soo tasty and we did eat it the right way, by ripping the dosa and using our hands~ "_ So much funnn
Second starter that we picked was the Sesame rolled beetroot croquettes of hung yoghurt, green chilli, Ginger & Garlic raita. It came in 4 pieces and this little croquette sure does deliver a big flavour! A must order dish in INDU
|Full serve $80|
First, we had the Caramelised Pineapple, cardamom dulce le leche, chilli & ginger granita, yoghurt jelly.
Gulab Jamun rolled in Coconut Sand, Saffron Anglaise, kashimiri honeycomb Shards
Watermelon and Mint Popsicle
Great atmosphere of the place, it can be too dark for Photography but luckily, the restaurant manager was generous enough that they've placed us in their "special spot" in the restaurant with big tables and very good lighting :) Service was great too and I will definitely be back for the pork belly curry!
Unlike any other fried rice, u don't really feel that guilt of having a plate full of carbs and being fried has the stereotype of being "oily", this brown fried rice (Ali's Balinese Fried Rice) actually has more veggies than the rice :) Healthy but still got the authentic Indonesian Fried rice taste and especially with the side of the Green Chilli sauce, which is not as hot as i thought it would be, maybe cause it has been adjusted to spiciness level for Australians ;p
Next to come is the Scrambled Tofu,, such an exciting dish and I thought at first the flavour and texture won't but I needed to correct my thought after a but of this heavenly dish :) It comes with mushrooms, capsicum, green beans, garlic, chilli, herbs, avocado, mix leaf & Sourdough.
|Ali's Balinese Fired Rice $17.50|
|Scrambled Tofu $16.50|
One Egg Omelette - Meredith goats curd, herbs, baby leaf & Toasted Sourdough is another simple but yet satisfying meal for breakfast or even lunch! Especially with the addition of smoked salmon :)
|One Egg Omelette $18.50|
|sauteed Mushroom $16.50|
|Acai Bowl $13.50|
|Buckwheat and cacao Pancake $15.50|
Overall, I think that they foods are well priced considering the large portion. The place can be a tricky one regarding large groups but I'm so thankful that they made the effort to sit us together within a reasonable time and service was great too!
Thanks for the hospitality, I', surely will be backk .^^.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Went to West juliette with two other friends.. The cafe was not as busy on a Thursday and we ordered the smashed avo and pulled pork salad. The foods are alright but not that great..
We came there for the cookie since we heard they serve the best cookie ;P
It sure do tasted great but I still prefer Bourke st bakery's cookie :)
But not a bad cafe for a suburb like Marrickville :)