Upscale Modern Indian Restaurant in BGC

by - Wednesday, October 05, 2022


I really believe Indian food is one of the most underrated cuisine in the Philippines, I'm guessing because we Filipinos are afraid of trying something new and different. I used to be one of those people, and I regret it! Indian cuisine is rich in spices, which makes their food sooo flavorful and mouthwatering!
Indian cuisine instantly became a favorite of mine after trying it out for the first time. I have go-to restaurants, but last July I tried a new restaurant in BGC called Indus Modern Indian Kitchen. It's an upscale Indian restaurant with impressive interiors.

Paneer Tikka ₱495

Paneer Tikka is a plate of cottage cheese marinated in cream and spices. Of course it's good. I mean, it's cheese after all. 

Mutton Galouti ₱475

This is the first time I tried a mutton galouti. It's minced lamb meat patty topped with onion and spice mix. It's sooo soft and sort of melts in your mouth, but if you are not used to or a fan of eating lamb, then this might leave a weird texture and aftertaste. 

Mutton Biryani ₱650

Their mutton biryani is also good. It's one of the rare times when I actually appreciate a biryani and why it is different, if not superior, to other ordinary rice. 

Butter Chicken ₱500

Of course, what's a trip to an Indian restaurant without an order of butter chicken? In fact we had to order two since one is simply not enough for us. It's chicken tikka with a creamy tomato gravy that has a bit of a kick to it, coming from someone who has a weak tolerance for spicy food. 

We also ordered naan bread ₱130 to eat with the butter chicken. Each order comes with 3 pieces of halved naan bread. 

For drinks, they're famous for their rose lassi ₱180 which is a drink with a printed rose served in a wine glass.

A member of their staff also goes around the restaurant to offer these palate cleansers and to give you a brief background about them. It was really interesting and something you don't get to experience at every restaurant.

Overall, the food was good but the portions were small and a bit on the pricey end, but it was something expected given the modern and upscale vibe of the restaurant. It still won't be replacing my (or rather everyone's) go-to favorite Indian restaurant, but it's a lovely experience nonetheless.  

I made a short review of this restaurant on Tiktok! Check it out here!

My Scores:
Pricing - 3/5
Service - 5/5
Ambiance - 5/5
Taste - 3.5/5

Hungry for more,

Address: Icon Showroom, 25th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 
Operating Hours: 11am to 10:30pm Daily
Contact: (+63) 917 311 1297
Parking: Free Parking available at the back of the restaurant

(Date of Visit: July 25, 2022) 

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