I am ashamed to say that I am so behind on my blogs, but I am sure there are bloggers out there who can sympathise with me =). Other interesting things get in the way (like cooking and eating) and I get sidetracked and I keep building up this great backlog of photos some which may not ever make it onto the blog.
Anyway, Kammadhenu is a restaurant that does Malaysian, South Indian and Sri Lankan Cuisine. We had stopped by here for lunch as part of a walking eating tour of Newtown (see part 1 & part 2). I was looking forward to lunch here after the overdose of sweet things at our previous stop. There's actually 2 Kammadhenu's in Newtown, one in the southern part of King Street and one in the busier northern strip. We went to the northern one.
The service was a little slow but the food came out quickly. We were actually quite late for lunch, with only a couple of other tables there so it wasn't too busy or noisy. No flashy interiors here. Being food bloggers (+ one food eater) we ordered a variety of dishes to share so that we could sample a broad range from the menu. These were recommendations from John and Helen as they seemed to be well knowledged as to what was good to eat.
Meat Masala Dosai. My first time ever eating a dosai (apparantly Ryan had had this before but didn't think to tell me at the time). It's like a thin crepe wrapped in a variety of fillings. Comes with an array of condiments for dipping.
Meat Masala Dosai - innards. A smooth mix of meats, potato and spices.
Gobi Pakoda - crispy fried cauliflower. Totally loved this dish. Was so utterly crispy on the outside and then you bite into the soft cauliflower, oh and did I tel you I love cauliflower? =)