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Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Indian Dining in Regina

You may not believe this, but, thanks to a lovely dinner companion's recommendation, I discovered an Indian restaurant in Regina that offers quality Indian food not found anywhere in the City of Vancouver (well, maybe in Surrey, but that is as difficult to get to as Regina).

Tucked on a major street with not much on it, The Caraway Gill is family owned and run with less than 10 tables.

But they must be doing something right to have the place full on a cold Wednesday night.

The Aloo Tikki was turned into a cake covered with chickpeas, yogurt and tamarind/mint chutney.

These two large platters will cost you less than $25 in total.

The 'house recommended' spicy masala lamb was not as spicy as one expects, but wow, the sophisticated spicing was a major taste pallet treat.

Only one restaurant in Vancouver cooked a good Malai Kofta, but is now burned down.

So my tummy was very happy as I tasted a perfectly made Malai Kofta with fresh cashew nuts crunching as you indulged.

 The Caraway Grill
1655 Broad Street
Regina, SK

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