26 Oct Indu
Recently opened (2015), Indu has proved to be one of the best Indian restaurants in Sydney CBD. The cuisine is modern and surprising. The dining room is underground which gives a special secret atmosphere. The food is fresh and seasonal. The service is relaxed but caring and nice.
The food is coastal and village inspired and INDU uses the freshest and most seasonal produce.
INDU has partnered with ACFID accredited grassroots organisation, Palmera, to establish the Village to Village Program, enabling communities to build thriving village economies through building the infrastructure for local village enterprises.
The owner is Sam Prince, the restaurateur behind Mejico.
Recommended by Good Food in 2015 “Indu might prove to be the restaurant poster child for good karma” and in 2016 “There’s a terrific new modern Indian restaurant in town”.
Recommended by the urban list “There’s a new restaurant in the CBD and we’re INDU it”
Recommended by Delicious “Not your average butter chicken”
Recommended by Broadsheet “The refreshed approach to Indian food”
Recommended by the blog Eat, Drink, Play “Bolywood on a plate”
Recommended by The Daily Telegraph “Restaurateur Sam Prince adds a bit of spice to CBD”
Beetroot croquettes complemented by a green-chilli and garlic raita made with house-made hung yogurt
Watermelon salad, mint, cucumber, hung yoghurt, cardamom & pomegranate molasses
Beef shin bone marrow & Kashmiri lamb curry with black cardamom
Bite-sized gin & tonic cheesecakes on a crispy coconut & pistachio roti with dehydrated orange
Peanut semi-freddo with jaggery, popcorn, chocolate mousse, salted caramel & cocoa crumbs
Chef: Chris Evanges
Photo credit © INDU