In the middle right is the Eggplant and Potato Curry and bottom left is the Potato and Chickpea Curry. These dishes made less impact on me. I enjoyed them but just as part of the mix rather than as stand out dishes. It is great to go out with a group but I find that I get caught up in conversation at times rather than focusing on the food. A couple of the dishes were a bit spicy but generally it was not too spicy for me, which was a relief as I don't eat lots of spicy food.
The curries were accompanied by Garlic Naan and Saffron Rice. Both were very very good. I also tasted some of the Gluten Free Naan which was lovely though a bit less chewy and tasted like it had besan in it. When we were quite full, the owners brought around Kashmiri Naan. I am very partial to this flatbread stuffed with nuts and dried fruit. How could I refuse! It was excellent. Hot and buttery straight from pan with that wonderful sweet nutty filling. Is it any wonder that I was too busy scoffing it to take a photo.
By the end of the meal I was well and truly stuffed, but with such good food. It was a really lovely night out. Great to catch up with some of the lovely bloggers that it has been wonderful seeing online and offline this year. And the family that runs Krishna is so friendly and welcoming. We had a chat about making our own yoghurt and sourdough and the owners gave us little Christmas gifts. Check out Veganopoulous and Where's the Beef to see more about the regular Krishna menu. I am looking forward to returning there soon.
Krishna Indian Restaurant
Shop 3, 578 Barkly Street
(03) 9687 5531