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There is nothing fancy about Gurkhas in Prahran, that said, you get great food at a reasonable price, served without fuss and at a good pace. The ambience of the decor, being one of the original Gurkhas, is great and if you book ahead, try to get one of the cushion tables out front. Some of the wait staff didn't speak great English (one didn't know what a Gin & Tonic was), so you may need to be a little patient if you're trying to order a drink not written on the menu. The combination of Asian flavour and cooking helped to moderate some of the overpowering spice and creaminess of Indian cuisine. Not being a big fan of cream, this was great and both my Masala and entree of calamari still had bags of flavour. My friend and I enjoyed a shared entree, roti and 2 mains (plus a couple of drinks) for just under $60 and we were both well fed by the end - the portion sizes are pretty decent. Getting to hear some Lionel Richie and Michael Bolton as we ate was a bonus (in our books anyway).
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
We walked in for a dessert and walked out wanting to come back immediately. The layout is massive, but with enough unique nooks and separation of spaces to keep the dining experience intimate. We arrived just after 9pm and it was packed. After a brief wait by the bar and jovial debate with one of the friendly bar staff over the authenticity of the Clockwork Orange cocktail (there really should be some kind of milk or cream element involved to keep inline with film, but I digress), we were seated. With the main service still in full swing, we got a good look at some of the mouthwatering dishes and dinner menu before swapping for the list of Dolcetti. I will say I had a bit of food envy when my friends Frangelico Ice-cream arrived, but after the first bite of my Chocolate Brownie and Caramel Peanut Ice-cream we'd both found our favourite. The Clockwork Orange cocktail was also delish (and a little too easy to drink)! Won't be too long before we're back for more, but we'll be booking ahead this time.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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