In­doi: Truly au­then­tic In­dian food

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

The an­cient Greeks de­fined the peo­ple of In­dia as ‘‘In­doi’’.

How­ever, the team at In­doi is defin­ing au­then­tic In­dian cui­sine.

From the prepa­ra­tion of the food to its pre­sen- tation, all the el­e­ments are con­sid­ered pa­tiently to en­sure their cus­tomers leave with mouth­wa­ter­ing mem­o­ries, and look for­ward to re­turn­ing.

In­stead of go­ing over- board with an ex­ten­sive and long menu, the team at In­doi has gone the other way and de­cided to only in­clude the dishes that are fa­mous.

This al­lows the In­doi team to con­cen­trate on sourc­ing lo­cal meat, poul­try, fresh pro­duce and au­then­tic spices from back home to present the best of In­dian cui­sine.

The res­tau­rant is de­signed and dec­o­rated in an el­e­gant way that of­fers din­ers a com­fort­able din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Cus­tomers can also see the starters be­ing cooked in the char­coal oven in a one of a kind ‘‘tan­doori room’’.

Head chef Sanjeev and his kitchen team ac­com­pa­nied by the front of house staff are there to en­sure cus­tomers leave with mem­o­ries of feast, fun, frolic and gai­ety.

Lo­cated in the heart of New­mar­ket at 3A Short Street, In­doi is open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm for lunch and 5pm to 10.30pm for din­ner.

Don’t for­get to try their lunch menu con­sist­ing of roti rolls start­ing from $6, lunch combo for $10 and thali start­ing from $12.

Tan­doori room: Watch your starters made right be­fore your eyes.

Sim­ply un­put­down­able: Din­ers take home mem­o­ries of feasts, fun, frolic and gai­ety from In­doi in New­mar­ket.

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