Starters that would make us keep going back for more, Dinner at 25 Degree North
A long time ago we received an invite to dine at 25 Degree North - between the pictures being missing for so long and a crazy rush of invitations recently here is a very much delayed review for our dinner experience of 25 degree North.
We started our dinner with the much talked about "palak patta chaat" which is amazing and a must try! The dish is made of crispy flash fired spinach leaves and then garnished with a yogurt. Sweet and a perfect way to begin your meal at an Indian restaurant.
Another starter which was actually vegetarian but was so good even a hard core new veg would love it was the dahi ki kebab (which is essentially a sweet yogurt based kebab) We could have easily had 3 (I know I want to say 4) portions of these!
I'm not a huge fan of mutton but R absolutely the mutton sheekh kebab's which was really a melt in your mouth dish for him.
For the mains a simple Dal Tadka was cooked to absolute perfection. Normally dal isn't something I would blog about but this dish was worth raving about! Even Abhishek (Our very friendly server ) vouched for good this dish is even among other customers.
The Dum nariali prawns was also quite exquisite - usual this is served in a tender coconut to enhance the flavour sadly it wasn't available on the day I went. But being a prawn lover the dish was definitely upto par.
|Our uniquely served biryani|
We ended our meal with the best shahi tudka I've ever eaten - served hot this dish is essentially fried bread soaked in milk, sugar and cream. Sinfully delicious!
The Random loves:
1. The palak patta chaat (AED 19.00) 2. The Dahi ke kebab (AED 28.00)
3. Dum nariali prawns (AED 59.00) 4. Shahi tudka (AED 19.00)