I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know much about Indian food. But I’ve had it enough to know that, in general, I like it. Today I found out that I actually love it.
Annapurna Indian opened this week on route de Ngor, just across from the stade de Ngor. (Look for a big green and white sign.) I’d heard a couple good reviews so when the opportunity presented itself to try it for lunch, I jumped on it.
There were five us and we decided to order all over the menu and share. Brilliant decision on our part. One of our group is very well-versed in Indian cuisine so helped us navigate and choose. Vegetable samosas with green sauce, grilled chicken tikka skewers, butter chicken, mutton masala, dal makhani, bondi raita yogurt sauce, roti bread, two orders of garlic nan, two orders of cumin rice and mango some drinks. Our total bill (with a couple bottles of water) was under 45,000 cfa.
We ate… and we ate… and we ate well. I would order any and all of it again – no question. But if I had to choose my favorites, I’d go with the vegetable samosas, butter chicken, dal makhani, cumin rice, garlic nan and raita. And if you’re nice, I might share some with you. 🙂
The restaurant itself is pretty spacious, simply decorated and was very comfortable temperature-wise, even on this steamy hot day. If they get super busy, the service might get slow, but it was fine for us today.
Delivery is not (yet) available, but that’s okay. We have Sen Express. 🙂
PS. Vegetarians, rejoice!
route de Ngor, across from the stadium
Tel: 77 394 15 90