Sindh Kitchen is one of the few restaurants that serve Sindhi Cuisine (Sindhi: سنڌي کاڌا) refers to the native cuisine of the Sindhi people from the Sindh Province of Pakistan. Located on the busy 100ft road in Indiranagar is the first branch of Sindh Kitchen, the second one being at Malleshwaram. Both the restaurants are located in the Bloom Boutique Hotel.
Chaat and Papad:
The vine and palak patta chaat, don’t just sound unique, they taste uniquely different too.
Palak Patta Chaat – Crispy Spinach Fritters, served chaat style.
Vine Patta Chaat – Crispy Grape leaves dipped in wine.
Afghani Papad – Thin papad with Kashmiri chilly powder and cheddar cheese shavings
Kastoori Paneer – Authentic Paneer Tikka from up north! Perfectly marinated Paneer and flavored as a whole!
Tandoori Subnami – Tandoori style starter made with 2 Mushroom Pileus (stipe chopped off), with a tasty filling in between.
Irani Murgh – Perfectly cooked Chicken chunks presented beautifully on a plate.
Milijuli Cheese Kurkure – Cheddar Cheese strips dipped in a thin Maida Batter deep fried to perfection.
Murgh Seekh Pao & Gullar Seekh – Chicken & Mutton Seekh Kebabs, Small Roulades stuffed with spices and served with delectable cashew nut chutney. The star of the afternoon.
Motiya Pulao – Utterly Butterly delicious Soya Pulao.
Dal Qureshi – A mouth-watering Dal preparation.
Miloni Subzi – A nicely prepared tomato based gravy with mixed vegetables with a generous topping of cream.
Murgh Chaman Bahar – Chicken Curry prepared well.
Sufiyani Fish – Basa fish fillet prepared Sufiyani style.
Assorted Indian Bread – Butter Cheese Garlic Naan, Wheat Paratha, and Khambri Rotis.
Gulabi Chimchum – Looked like a regular gulab jamun.
Fresh Lime Soda – Tasted strong and nice.
The staff, though a bit slow were friendly and courteous.