What's on the menu?

What's on the menu?

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Saturday Night at Banyan Tree in Arnold

We love a good curry and after a hard day working up an appetite sorting out the garden it made sense that we'd earnt a nice reward on Saturday. After working up such an appetite a curry was really the only option. One of our favourite local curry houses is the Banyan Tree on Redhill Island on the A60 driving out of Arnold.It used to be a Little Chef a long time ago.

With a Bangladeshi influence and a range of curries that we either rarely seen elsewhere or have never ever seen on a menu we're always confident we'll be able to have something different.

Poppadoms and Pickle Tray at Banyan Tree
For our main meals we opted for the Special Mixed Grill which is a fantastic array of various different meats served sizzling over a bed of onions and the Malabari Prawn curry featuring four huge freshwater prawns the size of my clenched fist.

The Malabari Prawn curry at Bantan Tree was a delight. With mustard and curry leaves in a thick sauce the delicacy of the sauce worked well with the beautiful prawns.

We had our meals with Pilau Rice and a Peshwari Naan

The Banyan Tree is on the more refined end of Indian dining experiences. We love the food and it's local on the outskirts of Arnold too. Well worth a visit if you get chance

Malabari Prawn Curry and a Special Mixed Grill from Banyan Tree

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