Dr. Sam Prince’s INDU has become quite the force on Sydney’s dining scene, edging to the top with charming contemporary Indian and Sri Lankan food inspired by the Doctor’s time spent in the coastal villages of those regions. The underground CBD restaurant has also just changed up their menu, adding a few more dishes to focus more on what works, as well as staying committed to seasonal produce and a unique range that is both distinguished and adventurous. But that’s not the only change INDU have brought so far; in an effort to keep up with demand the kitchen has announced that they will now open for Saturday lunches ahead of the holiday season.... Read More | Share it now!
As they approach the one-year anniversary, the kitchen at inspired subterranean restaurant Indu have re-worked parts of their menu, just slightly changing things around with a few additions here and there as we dive deeper into spring and prepare for summer. Sam Prince’s unique Indian dining experience has built quite the reputation since opening; its popularity calls for this kind of evolution, spicing things up quite nicely by focusing on what works and rethinking what doesn’t, treading further into the unexpected side of Indian dining. The side that doesn’t usually have a platform down here in city full of indulgent butter chicken and other cream-heavy curries. ... Read More | Share it now!
Father’s Day is this Sunday 4th September and a man’s got to eat, right? If nothing else, the day is a chance to celebrate all your main man does throughout the year, and there are few ways to do that then by treating him to a good old fashioned feast, whether it be a sunny (the weather is looking nice for Sunday!) weekend session by the bay, a bustling Chinese chow-down, or an underground lunch in the CBD. We’ve put together five of the better last-minute ideas around Sydney this year to help you treat the old man. See below. ... Read More | Share it now!
Indian food isn’t hard to come across in Sydney, but whether or not that Indian food is good, unique, and worthwhile is a different story. Amidst all the excessively creamy take-a-way butter chickens and greasy cheese naans (always a guilty pleasure), there are some truly fascinating dishes to be had in Indian restaurants from Woolloomooloo all the way to Harris Park, you just need to know where to look. Within the past few years good and distinctive Indian dining has been dominated by restaurants like Aki’s and Vrindavan, but now this new restaurant, Indu, from the owner of Mejico Dr. Sam Prince, has shot to the forefront of the list, having only been open for a few months but providing enough to instantly place it as a “must” for Sydney’s dining scene. ... Read More | Share it now!