Try the North Indian delicacies here and we bet you will be craving to come back for more!
I love the way the love of food knows no bounds and so here in Pennant hills, our dinner kick-started with Tropical Orgasm and Shiela ki Jawaani and ended also with a dessert that seduces. Hold on to your thoughts! We are talking about their signature cocktail drinks which we thought were just right for those Friday night kicks.
It is not like many other Indian eateries that like to keep it basic and simple, Indian Fusion is more for fancy dining. With plush lighting and decor, what attracted us most was their Bollywoodish bar board which read the famous Bollywood item numbers and northie dialogues like ‘O tereeee’, ‘galaan hor’ and ‘kukad rocks’.
Now coming to their finest starters, which for us as the best part of the meal. Soya Chap ($ 13) and Tandoori Murgh ($15) are their popular starters. We absolutely loved their soya chap.
That is a must try here. I am still craving for those crispy chaps while writing this now.
Young and energetic owner Sumeet Sarna had a chat with us and mentioned that he has studied hospitality management and has been in the industry for more than a decade now. I must say, he presents his experience rightly in both -food and restaurant management. They offer a fully stocked bar and do banqueting for small private parties.
Zesty and flavoursome, their Paneer Butter Tarka ($18) melts in the mouth. We tried it with soft and just right Garlic Butter Naan ($4) which reminded me of my Amritsari food experiences in India. To add more flavour to the mains was Bhindi chatpati ($18), crispy okra with dry tomato gravy. All the fusion flavour ended with soft, subtle and not so sweet dessert – Pista Kulfi with roasted almonds ($8). We liked Indian Fusion and give this one full thumbs up!