I felt like being at home as soon as we sat down. Miriam, the wife of the chef and owner, came to the table, took the time to listen what we liked and recommended us a dish. Carla does not like spicy food and she loves the Korma Chicken, a rich dish with a mango curry sauce. While we were waiting for our flavourful choice, we were served by the kind waiters, some crispy pappadum and dips.
Korma Chicken at India Corner
The first and forever chicken dish is the Korma chicken! The chicken is really juicy – with a real texture – and the sauce absolutely divine! Not spicy at all, so tasty! The sweet and non spicy mango sauce will just make up for experiencing the Indian cuisine, in case you are still doubtful. I’ve dreamed about this dish for weeks!!!! A real hit! We had some rice and naan with it.
These are typical flat bread with which Indian people complete all their dishes. These breads can be flavored with garlic, cheese, or anything like that, some sweet raisin and coconut…. I really recommend you to try it!
Finally for dessert, we shared a homemade mango kulfi, a kind of Indian ice cream,… really creamy and tasty.
Back to India Corner
All that I tried was obviously fresh – with good quality raw material – and cooked with passion! I’ve met the chef, Asif. He talks about his cuisine like an artist; an artist that loves to share his passion and take care of the guests as if they were at their home.
I cannot say anything else than, go try! You will love it… and the best part, is the bill! I really have the feeling that India Corner is the best Indian Restaurant of the Netherlands! Asif and Miriam welcome you every day (except on Mondays) with a smile, fresh and homemade Indian food cooked with passion and love!
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