Now to start this post off properly; let’s understand that I am not friends with the owner. He did not offer me shares in the business or a free sandwich.
I love Indian food, food cooked with care and attention, value for money, deep tastes, tinges or splurges of chilli, bright colours, semi fat free, creamy but with no cream and did I forget to mention: value for money!
Outlets motivated solely by greed, who care less about what they are serving up (as long as the cash register rings) and who just don’t deserve a break; they seriously don’t deserve a break or support.
Yes, I am a little vocal about this subject because I am a fair cook (I can fry more than an egg) and don’t like wasting money.
So when I get served up a lump of sh!%$#*! or a few crumbs for many pennies, then I would rather go to the market, buy my own goodies at “cost” and cook a hearty tasty value for money real deal meal myself.
Now having heard the BIG rumours around town about Kara Nichha’s value for money, I just had to go an investigate (three times now).
Could low cost + no meat = very good taste?
Without further delay, let’s zoom in with a Canon camera to all see what’s going on at a vegerterian palace.
Parking right outside
Don’t fall over – tea R2-00 and a quarter vegetable bunny (curry in quarter loaf of bread that has been scooped hollow) for R6-50 (PS – some idiot in Durban actually charges R30-00 for the same thing and it tastes terrible)
Big turnover of customers = fresh fresh food
Service is quick and ruthless – know what you want before getting served and leave with it in a minute or less
Choose your colour – choose your meal
Fresh bean & potato wrapped in a roti for R6-50! That is 0.78 US Dollar and lunch is done – creamy and tasty
Sweet meats deluxe
Some more treats and snacks
Breyani and dhall – yummy!
It’s so tasty you could drink it
Stop licking your lips and immediately head over to:
Kara Nichha’s – Westcliff
171 Florence Nightingale Drive
031 401 2874