Indian Burrp (Invited)

Saturday, April 16, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Indian Burrp is a Fine Dining Indian restaurant located in Cheltenham. They have been opened for 8 months and has develop into one of the local refine dining experience. Indian Burrp pride them self in producing a high quality Indian food with a twist.
I was invited by Rash Banker, the owner of Indian Burrp to have a taste of their fine dining Indian food. He is a friendly man and he host every table that night.





Mango Lassi ($4.5). This is one of the popular Indian drinks. It's creamy with dominant mango taste, normally super sweet but I like this version better with less sugar.

Non-Veg Burrpie Platter (Chef's Special) - Tandoori chicken, Burrpie Chicken, Chicken Tikka, Seekh Kebab, Melting Murg, Lamb Cutlet ($25.95). All the meats wall very well cooked and tender. The tandoori, burrpie and tikka has an overlapping taste but each has a little bit difference to it. The seekh kebab takes the longest to cooked, it was super tender and melts in your mouth. The lamb cutlet was pretty decent in taste. My favourite was the melting murg, the sauce was white and creamy. 







Butter Chicken - tandoori chicken cooked in the world famous Makhani sauce and seasoned with fresh coriander cream ($18.95). I think the butter chicken could be a little saltier and richer than it would be perfect.

Prawn Jalfrezi - prawns cooked lightly spiced with capsicum, onion, tomatoes ($21.95). This is my favourite dish of the night, the prawn was fresh and the sauce was light but still has the punching flavour.

Saffron Rice ($4.95/served). I wish the saffron rice was a little bit richer in flavour than it would be outstanding rice.

Butter Naan - butter flour bread ($3.5) & Lacha Paratha - plain flour layered bread ($4). The butter naan was the clear winner between the two, it was really tasty and warm.


Masala Tea ($3). Rash was not sure we are going to like them because he said it was really different than Australian coffee or tea, it's really rich, dense and sweet but I love them so much. It has the resemblances with chai tea but stronger and richer.

Mithai Magic (Chef's Special) - mixed of special custard and fruit ($8.95). We are really full but we wanted something sweet to end the meal, it was a unique and light dessert. Just nice to end the dinner.


To complete their amazing service Indian Burrp also have a BYO and take away. Overall, my husband really like this place and my mom is a big fan of Indian food I will definitely bring her to Indian Burrp on her next visit. My personal opinion was they does served a pretty good, punching and rich flavoured dishbut to be a fine dining restaurant, they need to upgrade a little bit in their menu design and presentations.




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Indian Burrp Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Thursday & Sunday: 5.30pm-10pm
Friday-Saturday: 5.30pm-11pm

Indian Burrp
http://indianburrp.com/
+61385245092
6/1291-1293 Nepean Hwy
Cheltenham, VIC 3192

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