I have not met many of my Trinity friends for quite, so we decided to catch up and have Indian food. My friend recommended Kake di Hatti, i trust him since he is Indian :) We were about to change the place because we thought they're closed. They only open for dinner, that's why when we called them around 4pm no one's picking up. However, we managed to get table for 17 people. The restaurant is pretty big they could sit up to 40 people.
We were having trouble in ordering but then the staff offered us to get the dinner set. You got some entrees, choose 1 curry from the main menu, salads and naan/rice for $17.
These three are just the entrees for 4 people. The tandoori chicken is really tender and taste how it should be. The samosa is quite big, its not bad but nothing special. I'm not really sure what're in the platter, they are nice except the green one.
I got to try 5 different curries and i put numbers in photo caption as what i think should be ordered. The best curry was the butter chicken, the chicken are tender and it has the sweet, sour and salty taste. Really recommend to order this as its the best i've eaten so far.
|1. Butter chicken|
I liked their Palak Paneer, its thick, you can really taste the spinach and block cheese.
|2. Palak Paneer|
I don't know if they use real korma because i could not really taste it, the taste is sweet overall and goes well with the chicken.
|3. Chicken Korma|
The lamb vindaloo turn out to be salty and spicy, its good to balance the other curries as they are pretty much sweet. But i don't think the lamb is well cooked as its still not tender.
|4. Lamb Vindaloo|
This chicken kandai comes last because its just ok, nothing really special. I think its similar to chicken korma, for me its just too much flavour in one dish, sweet, spicy, salty.
|5. Chicken Khadai|
You are not eating Indian without eating the bread! I like their naans, i got to try 3 different ones. The plain one and the garlic are good, they are not really thin but crispy on the outside. I never try a sweet naan so i found it a little bit weird, its okay when u eat it by itself but big NO with curry!
|Plain, Garlic, Sweet Naan|