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Naan stop flavours at Gandhi Indian Kitchen & Laneway Stall

Next time you’ve got a hankering for some rogan josh, get Goan down to the new and improved Gandhi Indian Kitchen & Laneway Stall for curries and naan bread that will put you in a serious food ko(r)ma! The South Bank restaurant has been dishing up samosas and tikka masala for ten years, but they’ve just undergone a spicy makeover. With vibrant décor, bright artwork and Bollywood dancers every Friday and Saturday night, you’ll feel like you’ve landed in the midst of a Bollywood production. Nab a table or just pull up an embroidered cushion at the new street food cart outside and tuck into the day’s selection of Indian street eats. gandhi south bank indian restaurant brisbane feature 2In the kitchen, it’s all about tradition, from the wood fired clay tandoori ovens to the authentic curries bursting with Indian flavours and spices. Keep calm and curry on if spicy food isn’t your thing though, there is butter chicken aplenty and all dishes can be made mild, medium or hot to suit your palette. However, if you do like your curries as hot as an Indian summer, get the fiery lamb vindaloo with tender lamb pieces or Goan goat curry India! Team it with some garlic naan, crispy fried coconut prawns and a glass of wine or a beer and you’ll have an Indian food baby in no time. The menu full of entrees and easy to share dishes makes this the perfect place to take a group for a feast, with plenty of vegetarian, gluten and dairy free options. Just don’t eat too slowly because with food this good it will all be Gandhi in a blink! gandhi south south bank indian restaurant brisbane feature 3Don’t feel like dining in? Gandhi also offer takeaway with a complimentary serving of rice with any order – the perfect excuse to order in! But why take it home when you can grab some street food from the Laneway cart and wander down to the river and take in the city views whilst you dine? You can’t miss the bright pink Gandhi signs on Little Stanley Street in South Bank. Doors are open from Monday until Saturday for lunch and dinner and you can grab yourself a traditional Indian breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings for something a bit different to your usual bacon and eggs. Check out the street cart for daily specials that you can grab on the go, we know you’ll love it dhal! Words by Kate Streader

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