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Bringing together the two of the world’s favourite spicy cuisines – Indian and Mexican – Turbans and Cowboys is the perfect place for a group meal or for those times when you want to mix it up a little bit, with its number of branches scattered across Brisbane a testament to their popularity. You’ll find the Albion branch located on Sandgate Road, a stone’s throw away from Albion station. Head on over and tuck into a decadent curry like the chilli chicken, rogan josh, malai kofta or goat curry, or go Mexican with options like the burrito bowl, tacos, quesadillas, chimichanga or the Mexican burger – there’s something to suit all tastes on the menu at Brisbane’s Turbans and Cowboys.
We had to show ourselves in, find our own menus, ring a bell to get staff to acknowledge our presence, waited 30 minutes for service and left without anyone actually noticing.
Food was barley warm and tasted like it had been sitting there for a long time. The server talked too fast for us to understand and when asked to repeat felt like he was annoyed. Buffet wasn’t explained menus were just given and asked what type of bread we wanted. No explanation to what they had to offer had to ask for rice and when it came it was cold. The food was not presented nicely. The butter chicken wasn’t too bad but again had been sitting there a while and was gluggy and lumpy. We were also in a room with no music nothing it was just dead silent. The only saving grace was the nan bread it was crunchy and fluffy and tasted like gold next to the piles of crap we had just eaten. I will not be eating in there again. They had a few people come for take away so we might consider that but with Sistar down the street and they are quite good I doubt it. Overall very disappointing..
Great food. Waiter was attentive. Atmosphere needs tweaking as a bit disconnected from staff.