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Karahi: wok fried lamb and spice gravy with tomato, ginger slices and green chillies.
Fusion fare passed down many generations is on offer at newly opened Kurrachee on King Street in Newtown. This family-run restaurant blends a Pakistani variant of North Indian cuisine with modern tastes, in cosy surrounds of pale wood, pendent globes and touches of greenery to create a chilled out vibe ideal for lingering over lunch or dinner. With a menu reflecting ingredients, aromas and tastes from the home country, be allured by starters such as pakoray – fried chickpea flour dumplings with onion or spinach. Those with hearty appetites can delve into slow-cooked lamb stew masala with garlic, cinnamon, yoghurt and ginger; or chicken thigh skewers baked in the tandoor, teamed with chilli, cheese and coriander leavened bread. Finish with a dessert of milk and egg cakes in a sweet syrup.
85 King Street, Newtown 2042 NSW - See Map
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