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Old Sep 12th 2008, 8:51 am
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Originally Posted by St.Georges Girl View Post
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.

We've always found the Red Turban dishes to be too greasy.

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.
You had better stick to fish and chips mate!!!!
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You had better stick to fish and chips mate!!!!
Oh good God no, the chips are dreadful here. I make my own Indian food and do a lot better than any we've tasted most of the time too. I have a fool safe recipe for Onion Bhajia's if anyone is interested.
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Oh good God no, the chips are dreadful here. I make my own Indian food and do a lot better than any we've tasted most of the time too. I have a fool safe recipe for Onion Bhajia's if anyone is interested.
I make my own madras, it's much nicer than any we've had here.
My OH made some bhajias and somosa a few weeks ago, they were really good.
Wouldn't mind your recipe though to give them a try
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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.
I agree The Boat is shocking, but have you seriously tried all the Indian/Pakistani restaurants in WA?

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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.
The bloke that owns the Masala also owns the Koh-i-noor in Hepburn Heights and that was as bad, if not worse than the Masala!
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Oh good God no, the chips are dreadful here. I make my own Indian food and do a lot better than any we've tasted most of the time too. I have a fool safe recipe for Onion Bhajia's if anyone is interested.
Sounds good to me!!
Table for 4 please for next saturday at 8pm!!!
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I agree The Boat is shocking, but have you seriously tried all the Indian/Pakistani restaurants in WA?

The bloke that owns the Masala also owns the Koh-i-noor in Hepburn Heights and that was as bad, if not worse than the Masala!
They do the best naans though... and daal is good from there... cant live on daal and bread though can I..
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Picked up a menu earlier from the Currambine shop.... not much choice and v.expensive, so had a big box chicken treat for 8.95 instead, Im stuffed and I couldn't eat it all...
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Picked up a menu earlier from the Currambine shop.... not much choice and v.expensive, so had a big box chicken treat for 8.95 instead, Im stuffed and I couldn't eat it all...
My son, his girlfriend and her parents had a take away on Friday night and weren't impressed. They said it was very expensive and the Butter Chicken was disgusting.
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My son, his girlfriend and her parents had a take away on Friday night and weren't impressed. They said it was very expensive and the Butter Chicken was disgusting.
So it looks like its back to Beaumaris then!!
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