Traditional Indian recipes with a modern twist

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Looking for somewhere to go for Valentine’s Day? Blu Ginger owner Reddy Manne assures the restaurant delivers a big experience with a modern taste. This is a sponsored post. 

THIS Valentine’s Day, Blu Ginger Indian Restaurant is serving a taste of modern India, with classic and contemporary dishes from across the Indian subcontinent, says owner Reddy Manne. 

Centrally located in Civic, Reddy says customers can always expect a “big experience” with the restaurant’s high ceiling and “cozy and warm” interior. 

He says the menu covers all points of the compass and is a reflection of modern cosmopolitan India, drawing from its many culinary regions.

Why not try the railway canteen curry, a tender goat-on-the-bone from the north, or maybe chettinad, a dish from south India, famous among the Indian business community, made with lamb, chicken or meat, and cooked in hot, pungent and freshly ground masala, he says.

All their dishes are made from the freshest locally-sourced produce, according to Reddy, who says they’re combined with authentic spices imported directly from India, to offer classic, traditional recipes with a modern twist, creating a unique and memorable dining experience.

Blu Ginger Indian Restaurant, 5 Genge Street, Civic. Bookings to 6247 2228 or visit bluginger.com.au

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