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Anglo Indian Cafe and Restaurant @ Chijmes

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I nearly missed out on Anglo Indian Café if not for my deliberate attempt to hunt it down. Location wise, it is disadvantaged since it is alongside the more happening boys - think El Mero Mero for Spanish and even Lei Garden nearby.


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Tandoor Non Vegetarian Platter ($36)


This smelt amazing and on hindsight we should have just concentrated on their tandoor items. Loved the char and how tasty this was. I do not usually enjoy lamb kebabs very much, this was a game changer, strangely.



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Salmon Tikka ($24)


Juicy, charred and nobody's complaining when it does not reek of the sea.



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Butter Chicken ($20)


I have had one too many butter chickens and this was really mediocre, there was too much tomato paste here.



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Madras Prawn Curry ($24)


These briney prawns spoke  a different story, thankfully! Delicious creamy curry that went particularly well with the naans.



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Bombay Potatoes ($12) were just well, potatoes and cumin seeds. So much for curiosity killing the cat.


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Lahori Chole ($14)



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Dhaba Daal ($14)


Clearly, I overdosed on these curries and ended up having so many moments of same same but different moments. I love my lentils and chickpeas but this was too much.





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Mutton Briyani ($24)


Chicken Briyani ($22)




I am a carb fan and in any Indian meal, I must have my naans and biryani fix. These were yummy enough for us to scrape the bottom of the plates for more but that dum was too pasty and tasteless.



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Garlic Naan ($4.50)


Cheese Naan ($5.50)
Chilli Cheese Naan ($6.50)


I was sorely disappointed with Chilli Cheese, literally cheese with chilli flakes baked into a naan.


Mediocre Indian fare at Anglo Indian's, I would return for their $10 lunch deals but probably not at dinner.




Anglo Indian Café and Bar
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