Scotland’s enthusiasm for curry goes back a long way. Some academics even argue that Burns’ Address to a Haggis was originally going to be about a particularly tasty Ruby that he once enjoyed.
While Burns’ Discourse on a Dhansak has yet to be discovered, Scotland’s love affair with curry is as strong as ever and, if you like a tingle on your taste buds then today’s Big Deal is pure poetry.
Freshly cooked Indian
Recently opened but staffed with Indian restaurant veterans, Loanhead’s Radhuni takes its name from a Bengali word meaning ‘passionate cook’ and that passion shines through in every dish.
All the food at the Radhuni is prepared to order so while guests may have a to wait a few minutes before tucking in, the end result is worth every second.
Two main courses
The a la carte menu at Radhuni offers a wide selection of tempting choices. From tandoori dishes to tikka favourites, there is something for every curry fan.
Big sellers include the green herb chicken and the chicken mango but don’t overlook the classics like the lamb Madras or the chicken tikka balti.
The kitchen is especially proud of house specialities such as the chicken tikka khumbi dupiaza: charcoal grilled chicken cutlets and mushrooms, cooked in a medium strength sauce of onions and green peppers.
The Big deal is for any two main courses from the a la carte with the exception of the king prawn dishes which attract a supplement of £3 for each dish.
If you fancy getting your New Year off to a spicy start then road testing Radhuni’s fantastic Indian food is a great way to do it.
Previous diners have been chuffed with the experiences at the Loanhead restaurant.
It only opened a couple of months ago so Radhuni hasn’t had time to attract lots of reviews but the one it does have on TripAdvisor is a belter. According to mcbeebee, Radhuni provided ‘A gorgeous meal and the restaurant is really lovely. The staff were all great. Chatty and informative about the menu. Loved it and will be back.’