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The Indian Eating Out Guide

The Indian Eating Out Guide

Below you will see our extensive ‘eating out’ guide. This is simply a rough guide as to which meal choices are to be avoided, savoured, or indulged in. We have concentrated on starters, mains and side dishes. This is because if you are choosing to have 2 courses, you should choose starter and main, rather than dessert. Sides can also be helpful in bulking out a main course with extra veggies and salad.

Be wary of starters as many of the choices are deep fried. Many curry sauces are cream based, instead choose a tomato based curry such as madras or rogan josh.

 

AVOID

SAVOUR

INDULGE

STARTER

– Meat/veggie samosa

– Onion bahji

– Spicy wings

– Aloo chat (potatoes in tamarind sauce)

– Tandoori chicken

– Chicken tikka

– Stuffed peppers

MAIN COURSE

– Cream based curries such as korma or tikka masala

– Avoid dhansak dishes

– Avoid biryani dishes

– Lamb tikka sashlick

– Lamb balti

– Lamb madras

– Bhoona dishes

– Lamb rogan josh

– Lamb saagwalla

– Lamb dupiaza

– Chicken tikka sashlick

– Chicken/prawn/ mushroom balti

– Chicken/prawn/ veggie madras

– Chicken/prawn/ veggie rogan josh

– Chicken/prawn/ veggie saagwalla

– Chicken/prawn/ veggie dupiaza

SIDE

– Poppadoms

– Chutneys

– Naan bread

– Pilau rice

– Boiled rice

– Chana masala (chickpeas)

– Sag aloo (spinach & potato)

– Sag paneer (spinach & indian cheese)

– Tarka dhal (lentils)

– Green salad

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