Thursday, 10 April 2014

Sahib

Restaurant Sahib
Restaurant Sahib

I was craving for Indian food, so decided to go to Restaurant Sahib with a friend. It was my first time going there, so wasn't too sure what to expect.


Entrance
We went there at 8:30 PM on a Thursday and the restaurant was a bit empty (restaurant closes at 10 PM). 



Their menu is available online. They got a variety of dishes (biryani, tandoori sizzlers, vegetarian, seafood, etc.). I wish they had shahi paneer in there though.
*Partial Halal Menu: I asked the waiter and he said that everything was halal except the chicken. I later read on the menu that beef and lamb are halal. 
Menu


This is what we ordered:
Starter:
    • Chaat Papri 
Main Dish
    • Malai Kofta
    • Lamb Seekh Kebab (rice or naan included) 
Side:
    • Naan 
Drinks:

    • Orange Juice
    • Shirley Temple


They start by serving papadum with red chutney, green chutney and carrot pickle (no charge).
Papadum
Then came in our drinks. I like how the waiter asked if I wanted orange juice in my Shirley Temple, which I liked because I usually have to mention not to put orange juice in my shirley temple (some restaurants do put orange juice). 
Shirley Temple

Then they brought our starter: Chaat Papri. I really liked it! It wasn't spicy at all (some restaurants make it spicy despite requesting them not to). I wish the tomatoes were cut a little smaller (yes I'm very particular about my food lol). However, it was still very good!

Chaat Papri

As for main dish, I got Malai Kofta with naan. Malai Kofta was good. I really liked it!

Malai Kofta

My friend liked the lamb seekh kebab. I personally don't like lamb. I did try it out and it tasted good (once again not spicy but still had a good taste to it). I'm not a fan of lamb but I'm sure I would have liked the beef one!

Lamb Seekh Kebab

Overall, the food and service were good. We couldn't finish our main meals, so we did takeout. I would suggest people to share the dishes. The prices are reasonable. We paid about $50 (meal, drinks, taxes and tips). 
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