Do you ever have one of those resturants that is your little secret and you never want to tell any one about it yet its so good you just cant??(Even tho I did give a little sneak of it away last year in my birthday post) Thats how I feel about Indie Dhaba.Many people dont know about this hidden gem in the heart of Dublin city, but I have been obsessed since it first opened. Its my treat resturant. Perfect for a quite night with someone special or a funfilled chatter with friends over amazing food and exceptional cocktails. I have had the amazing oportunity to see Indie Dhaba grow and watch the menu evolve into something incredible. It can only be discribed as an Indian Chinese fusion resturant with the perfect laid back athmosphere with timeless elegance. No matter what you try on the menu it is excceptional.
When you sit down in Indie Dhaba your greet by complementary Poppadom/Prawn cracker mixed plate with 3 amazingly different dips. This is definitely the first thing that is finished and the first to be reorded.
What i love about Indie Dhaba is that you can see straight into the kitchens and marvel at the true talent of the chefs. Its really a unique opportunity in a Restaurant.
I adore the decore in the restaurant as well. its the perfect mix of modern and comfortable.
Instead of opting from one of the incredible cocktails on the menu, I decided to go for a classic Vodka Soda, which you may have seen on instagram. Next time, I will definitely be trying the Chaijitto Cocktials. Sounds refreshing and perfect for a pre dinner tipple.
For starters we shared the Lal Mirch Murg Tikka- which is a chicken leg served in three different sauces. Its the perfect started to really showcase the talents of the chefs and the different flavour combinations that the restaurant produces.
…and of course another order of the famous poppadoms
For my main course I opted for the Tangra Chilli Chicken, which is a firm favourite of mine. It is a Indian/Chinese inspired served Calcutta Chinatown Style, and of course the amazing Garlic, Onion and Coriander naan bread.
The boy decided to go for something different this time and opted to have the Tandoori Guinea Fowl served with red cabbage chutney and choka pressed rice.
I have never had Guine Fowl before but it was really amazing
To finish we opted for alochol over dessert. I went for a yummy baileys and himself went for Sambuca….i don’t know why
Now for my (mildly tipsy eyed) outfit pictures
I love nothing more than getting dressed up for dinner, and lately I’ve loved dressing up in my leather leggings
So for dinner I wore.
Kimono – Zara (last season) Similar here
Peplum – Zara (last season) Similar Here , Here and Here
Leggings- Pulse- Similar Here
Heels – Carvela
Bag- Dolce and Gabanna- Similar here
Necklace – Asos -Similar here
Hope you enjoyed my post and make sure to check out Indie Dhaba, just off St Annes Street its a must if your feeling like truly authentic Indian cuisine.
I love your outfit and that restaurant sounds amazing. Indian good is my favorite!
The food looks so yummy! And love your outfit!
Oh my God this place looks and sounds absolutely divine! Love your outfit too, the kimono is so chic! x
Thanks so much sweetie. We can have dinner here when your over! xxx