Sample truly delicious meat and fish at Canberra's Indian restaurants
If there's one thing Australians do well in the kitchen, it's demonstrating the art of perfect grilling. Canberra's Indian restaurants are no exception, and as a result there's plenty of locally-sourced, top-class meat and fish dishes for you to try. Garnish of India on Bunda Street has a menu that would make even the most discerning diner's mouth water: carnivorous feasts like the bhuna ghosh (boneless lamb and julienned onions in a thick, spicy sauce) or taw goat (sizzling goat cooked with onions, spices and turmeric) are designed to tantalise your tastebuds. Even though Canberra is nearly a hundred miles from the seaside, there are still plenty of fish dishes on offer at Canberra's Indian restaurants. At Garnish of India, for example, you can sample top-quality dishes like fish masala (boneless fish pieces cooked in a herby and spicy tomato sauce) or khadhai prawns (sizzling prawns with fenugreek, coriander and onions). Whatever it is you're craving, you'll be sure to find it at Canberra's Indian restaurants.