V: 31st December 2021
The Visit :
It was a very last-minute decision as my parents wanted to go out for dinner and they didn’t book anywhere, so I messaged Swadish and was lucky they had a table free.
Hot Cauliflower Wings (Vegan) £6.50
Crispy Cauliflower with Tandoori Spices, Lime and Chilli Sauce, Coriander Chutney
I am not normally a Cauliflower fan, it’s probably one of the last things I would order but a friend was here the night before and had this and said it was really good…so I ordered it.
I didn’t actually look at the small print and tried a good amount of the darker sauce and WOW it blew my head off….so once that calmed down I dug right in.
These were really nice, I was very surprised (remember I am not a cauliflower person) and I enjoyed them very much. They had a lovely flavour and a really nice crisp to them.
Salmon Tikka £10
Roasted Salmon marinated with Lime, Paprika, Tandoori spices, Lime Leaf Sauce, Mint and Coriander Chutney, Beetroot Dressing. and a hint of sweetness. Onions and coconut
I wanted to try something different tonight, and this cause my eye.
On arrival, the presentation was really good and defiantly Instagramable!
Visually looked really good, and it also smelled really good….so it was time to dig in.
Wow, this was very tender, no bones and packed with a lovely flavour. I could have easily had another plate of this that’s how good it was.
Warm Gulab Jamun £6.00
Sweet spongy balls made of milk, topped with berry compote
Woohoo, I had room to have this, and Gulab Jamun is one of my favourite Indian sweets more so warm.
It was yummy, soft, sweet and so so good!!!
This is another dish I could have easily had more of.
It was nice to be back at Swadish, and it was a love New Years eve meal.
As always the food, presentation and flavours are 10/10 and we all had a fantastic meal.
If you have never visited here, I highly recommend you do!!!
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