Currambine Indian

Old Sep 11th 2008, 6:00 am
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Anyone tried it yet?
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Old Sep 11th 2008, 6:16 am
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Anyone tried it yet?
Smelt good the other night but haven't tried it yet. Go on be a devil and be the first and report back.
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Old Sep 11th 2008, 7:32 am
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as anyone tried the masala indian in clarkson??? just wondering what its like

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as anyone tried the masala indian in clarkson??? just wondering what its like

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Masala's ok, my BIL swears by it, but we prefer the Red Turban in Joondalup (and they deliver to Carramar!)
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Old Sep 11th 2008, 8:03 am
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yes the red turban is very nice
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Smelt good the other night but haven't tried it yet. Go on be a devil and be the first and report back.
I'll talk the old man into taking me there on the weekend and let you know. We tried to go to Masala one Friday but they couldn't fit us in, so ordered pizza instead.
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I'll talk the old man into taking me there on the weekend and let you know. We tried to go to Masala one Friday but they couldn't fit us in, so ordered pizza instead.
The best still has to be the one in Beaumaris!!
The Masala is ok, but dont think much of the Red Turban.
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The Masala is "ok" ,we had take away from there on Sat night. John had the Vindaloo and was expecting something really hot ! My 12 year old even had some so it wasnt quite what he was hoping for !
Lots of meat in the dishes , but something is missing from the flavour, but cant quite put my finger on it.
The onion bargees ( sp ) are the best we have had in Perth though !

Havent tried the Currumbine one yet, so will be interested in finding out what its like.

Is the new one in Mindarie keys open yet ? Was nearly ready when last there a couple of weeks ago.

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Havent tried the Currumbine one yet, so will be interested in finding out what its like.



Maybe we can try it eh Nicky??? Or are you goingto 'blow' us out!!!!
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Havent tried the Currumbine one yet, so will be interested in finding out what its like.



Maybe we can try it eh Nicky??? Or are you goingto 'blow' us out!!!!
Sounds good to me ! Will sort something out !


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Sounds good to me ! Will sort something out !


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Will keep you to that!
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Well, stuck to what I know and had one from Beaumaris...

Not tried Masala, but Red Turban is shite IMO...

Will definitely try from Currambine at the weekend though and report back..
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Originally Posted by Mumfords View Post
as anyone tried the masala indian in clarkson??? just wondering what its like

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We have, on a number of occasions and each time we've been very disappointed. Everything tastes the same, it's either too spicy or too bland.

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Masala's ok, my BIL swears by it, but we prefer the Red Turban in Joondalup (and they deliver to Carramar!)
We've always found the Red Turban dishes to be too greasy.

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The best still has to be the one in Beaumaris!!
The Masala is ok, but dont think much of the Red Turban.
We think The Shehnai in Beaumaris is the nicest for the meat and veg. dishes, but their Onion Bajhias look as though he's stamped on them before serving, the Pilau Rice looks like ashes and the Naan is tough as old boot leather. The choice is so minimal as well. The Kabalason does the best Naan IOP and probably the better Bahjias, but their meat and veg. dishes are full of Tomato or Spinach and look disgusting.
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All the said purveyors of curry in this thread are sh!te in my opinion and I've tried them all ...

Fortunately the Maya Masala will up the ante somewhat and the fact that I'm only a stone's throw a way makes it all the better.

Now if only I can get the Indie to reduce the price of their White beer I'd be laughing ...

By the way and on separate topic, kind of ... pub food:

The Boat is absolutely shocking.
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Originally Posted by Ransi View Post
Well, stuck to what I know and had one from Beaumaris...

Not tried Masala, but Red Turban is shite IMO...

I totally agree with you, me and Amanda went there once, I was thinking, shit my Indian food tastes better than this I should open my own restaurant. The rice wasnt very nice, the kema's seemed like the dry tescos own brand ones you get and the we couldnt tell the difference in taste between my curry and amanda's. Both should have had totally seperate tastes and spices but both tasted the same.

Never again.
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