Edinburgh Feasts Review Radhuni
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Read their fantastic review of The Radhuni which Edinburgh Feasts awarded 34/40.
21st June 2018 6.30pm
There is a little, unassuming frontage to this restaurant but it’s massive inside and even has an outdoor seating area out the back. We had a relatively early sitting but there were already diners inside and plenty more came in during our meal, indicating that this is a popular place. It’s not surprising considering one of their chefs recently won chef of the year at the Scottish Curry Awards.
We started our meal, as we often do with curry, with poppadoms and chutney. The poppadoms were of high quality and whilst devouring the mango chutney, I was also really impressed with the mint and yoghurt sauce, which was refreshing.
We decided to share a starter between us and opted for the assorted kebab selection. This consisted of two chicken pieces, one lamb and a pakora. Both the chicken and the lamb were succulent and all of the kebabs had some nice spicing.
I’d ordered a chicken tikka balti and my friend chose the garlic chilli chicken. We both got a garlic naan and shared some rice. The waiter place some of the rice on our plates and then we got stuck in. I think this balti is the closest I have found to those in the Midlands in the Edinburgh area. The flavour was great, the sauce was rich and there was plenty of meat. The naan was huge and scooped up the curry well. The rice was also great. Across from me, the garlic chilli chicken was juicy and full of heat. We both really enjoyed every mouthful we ate.
We were so full we couldn’t manage dessert but there are plenty of options on offer, should you wish to partake in one. The staff were lovely and friendly throughout the meal and were clearly liked by other regular patrons who were in that evening.
The Radhuni is on the 37 bus route so if you are not local to Loanhead, it’s really easy to get to and from the city centre. It’s worth it as the food is yummy.
Food – 9/10
Service – 9/10
Atmosphere – 8/10
Value – 8/10
Overall – 34/40
Would I eat here again? Yes!
Cost complimentary but likely to be around £45 for 4 poppadoms, chutneys, 1 starter, 2 mains, 2 garlic naans, 1 rice and two beers
Whilst this meal was complimentary, all views are my own.
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