Few things are more popular among the discerning diners of Adelaide than a proper curry, and for those living down in Cumberland Park, Clay and Coal is the only option. The restaurant offers subcontinental specialities that make the most out of the tandoor oven – where the coal and the clay are to be found – and a whole range of other favourites as well. Clay and Coal is open from 11 - 2:30 for lunch and 5 - 10 for dinner on Goodwood Road – book a table now and get yourself over for a proper Indian feed.
Dining in Adelaide is always a good idea, and as the restaurants of the city increase in quality, choosing between the many superb nightspots and eateries can be difficult. For the curry lovers of Cumberland Park, though, the choice is simple: Clay and Coal. The service is superlative and the ambience is authentically Indian, while the location makes it easily accessible from all over the city, as it sits on Goodwood Road, a major thoroughfare. The menu at Clay and Coal is what keeps the punters coming back though, and they’ve certainly got their selection right
As anyone who regularly frequents Indian restaurants will know, the secret to a great curry house is the ability to mix the favourites that everyone knows and loves, with the lesser known delicacies that will delight even the most discerning connoisseur. Clay and Coal on Goodwood Road in Cumberland Park is, obviously, dedicated to the tandoor oven, and their naans, tikka dishes, chops and paneer dishes are the star of the show, but that isn’t to neglect the rarer Indian house specials available: we recommend the squid and basil curry. Adelaide is a great city for eating out, and Clay and Coal is one of the better places for Indian food around: so book a table now.