My husband is fructose intolerant but the chef assured us his process of cooking onion would be safe. Hesitantly we decided to give it a go. We were not pleasantly surprised we were overjoyed! Bar about 2 dishes my husband could order anything and not have any ill effect, he could finally eat Indian again and the dishes were amazing especially the goat curry.
This restaurant is totally Gluten free - right down to the naan bread. Started with Naan and dips, so delicious. The butter chicken and Goat stew are signature dishes, but I liked the red kidney bean curry even better. Lots of dessert options, hard to go past the brownies though, Excellent night, fantastic food and great service.
Definitely recommended. The food was ahhhhmazing!
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We started off with the tandoori chicken and it was so tasty and tender. We ordered the butter chicken, goat curry and curry lamb cutlets. For me, the butter chicken was the stand out, and although I don't like eating or drinking anything goat, must admit the goat curry was special. We accompanied it with the rice puao, one with vegetables and the other with nuts, sultanas, fennel seeds and dates - so delicious.
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Reviewed 30 June Fabulous for something different. Indian cuisine has long held a sweet spot among the Australian food scene due to its fragrant spices and its spread of texture from naan bread to curries. However for those with coeliac disease, a doughy Indian naan bread would usually be a menu item omitted. Despite one in 70 Australians living with the condition, few eateries reflect that statistic and offer little options for the gluten-intolerant. Except at Delhicious, where Head Chef Raman Nakul has created gluten-free naan bread that is just as satisfying as the original.
Expanding on that success, Chef Nakul began to explore other ways to modify traditional recipes. His business partner, owner of Delhicious Cuisine, Ridhi Khanna was also aware there was a gap in the market for delicious gluten-free food.
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When Raman proposed that the gluten-free restaurant be a traditional Indian restaurant almost a year and a half ago — it was a no-brainer to invest. It was important to both to be absolutely confident that their food was gluten-free and once the new menu was created — they took it to Coeliac Australia for approval. Seven and a half months ago, Delhicious became Australia's first ever certified gluten-free restaurant. They further ensure certainty by training all 10 staff in coeliac awareness. Until they've done it, we can't put them on board.
Delhicious is disruptive in more ways than just being gluten-free. The restaurant is also one of the only Indian restaurants to have a breakfast menu that caters to both Indian eaters and Western preferences.
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We have chickpea flour bate, savoury pancakes, or rice and lentil savoury pancakes and Indian style omelettes. So we have the Indian side, but we also do a normal breakfast. So if you don't want to have Indian, I've got poached eggs, rice pudding, pancakes However, Delhicious Cuisine has faced challenges in maintaining its strict mission. Now it is more expensive for Nakul and Khanna to purchase gluten-free ingredients.
But rather than reflect that cost in the pricing of their menu, they've chosen to absorb it, ensuring their clients are their number one priority. The duo plan to expand the brand to reach more Coeliac diners and to keep the Australian food scene inclusive and welcoming. Want to find out the secret to small business success?
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