Fine Dine @baluchi.london
restaurant in @thelalitlondon
Hotel | @baluchi.london
is a Pan Indian destination. First, a little about the @baluchi.london
Restaurant | The restaurant delivers the finest of traditional Indian cooking with culinary concepts from all over the Subcontinent, the restaurant & bar at The LaLiT London offer distinctive Indian cuisines for you to choose from.
So, some of the dishes ordered from their menu were the:
Sharing platter for starter which consisted of: Kaffir lime chicken tikka, lamb chops, fish tikka
Cannon of Lamb (Corn bread, roasted root vegetable, garlic spinach mash, masala cashew crumble)
Tandoori Lonster (Masala shrimp khichdi, wild mushroom, homemade lime pickle, sabudana papad)
For sides, we ordered Garlic Naan Bread and Plain Basmati Rice.
Now let’s talk about the taste. The starter was delicious. The lamb chops were juicy and succulent and the chicken and fish were both cooked perfectly! The mains however, I was slightly disappointed
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When both mains were ordered, we had asked the waiter if the dishes would be saucy or come with their own curry sauce. The waiter replied yes so we ordered two additional sides (Garlic Naan and Basmati Rice) to accompany the main dishes. When the mains arrived they were dry and under seasoned. The Garlic Naan and Basmati Rice were a pointless order. But instead of returning the two sides we had asked the waiter to bring us a Daal dish. The Daal helped with the two main dishes. When I visit a restaurant for the first time, I expect the staff to know their menu and to educate their diners on the foods on offer and what they would recommend (personal view) on this occasion both the staff and the mains orders let down my experience @baluchi.london
| Having said this, I would come back and try their other dishes but I am in no rush..
Restaurant ratings below 👇
Food 6.5/10 | Service 6/10 | Restaurant 8/10 | Price £££ | Halal - Yes ✅