If there was a '3.5' star I would give it to Indie Dhaba as 3 is slightly below what my experience merited...but 4 is too high! I was so excited to try this place as I love the concept of Indian street food / tapas and have eaten in Delhi O'Deli on Moore Street a lot (fabulously authentic and delicious Indian street food but very basic surroundings). Anyway, first of all, the menu is very confusing to work out - the descriptions of the dishes are a little obscure sometimes so you may end up pestering the waiting staff trying to figure out exactly what is on offer. I started with the spiced okra - really delicious and I can imagine it would be perfect with some cold beer. For mains I had the currywurst - described as a spiced Indian chicken sausage. I did not like it at all...it was three small, very dry, spiced sausages with a small noodle-salad type garnish...no sauce at all. I had ordered ''brown onion pulao' rice with this...in my head I think I thought this would be jam-packed with pieces of flavoursome onion but what I got was a very, very dry bowl of rice with a couple of dried onion shavings on top. One of my pet peeves is dry rice (give me sticky Japanese / Korean style rice any day) and this was so dry it was of the 'hard to swallow' variety. The dryness of the rice combined with the dryness of the sausage made for a very sorry affair indeed. On the positive side, because I am a glutton, I had also ordered the Kashmiri naan (mostly described as Peshwari naan in other Indian restaurants in this country)...this was a delight, sweet and moist and very moreish. My friends were similarly mixed in their views of what they ordered but we all said we would try it again and order differently next time. The staff were friendly and it has a nice vibe..they just need to work on the rice!
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