When I am invited to a pub restaurant holding a Curry Night my heart usually sinks. Its not because I don’t like curry I do…if it is authentic but I’m afraid the pubs in which I have had curries have disappointed. In fact readers of my blogs will know I simply adore the food served at Ginger in King Street in Carmarthen – wonderful Indian Food at its best and it still is.
However….. drum roll please…
for the Belle @ Llanllwni who really do know how to get into the spirit and essence of their theme nights. They recently held a Mexican night that went down a storm and now they are holding a Curry Night this Friday 29th July, but this is not just any Curry Night this is a Curry night celebrating Ganga Dussehra and the food on offer is an Indian Foodies Dream.
Andy and Sue both innovative chefs take trouble over their menus. Everything is freshly source and where possible is local.
On the table you will be starting with
Chilli Onion Rava Dosa, Banana Boli and Mysore Bonda with a Tomato and Onion Mango Chutney.
There is a choice of four main courses followed by a dreamy Indian Dessert.
To see full details of the menu and to tempt your taste buds click here
There are only a couple of tables remaining so pick up the phone now and call the Belle @ Llanllwni on 01570 419 034
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