Inspired by owner Vivek Velmurugan’s favourite home-cooked meals, this Banff restaurant serves real south Indian specialties, with the best dishes of northern India also represented. Chefs from India’s upscale Taj hotels prepare exotic cuisine such as idli, dosa, vindaloo and Madras curry. The kitchen has a tandoori oven and the menu includes gluten-free, halal and vegetarian options.
The décor at Indian Curry House features Indian art, gold hue accents and a bubble waterfall. There are comfortable leather chairs, high seats at the counter andwindow tables with Mount Rundle and historic Banff Avenue building views.
Appetizers: vegetable samosas, paneer pakora, dahi bhalla papdi chaat, coriander garlic prawns, fish pakora, butter paneer dosa, vegetable pakora, paneer tikka ajwaini, tandoori chicken, roasted masala pappad, masala dosa
South Indian Specialties: with sambar lentil-based stew & coconut chutney; Dosa: crispy rice and lentil crêpes with choice of four toppings: masala, Mysore masala, butter chicken or egg. Idli Sambar: steamed rice cake. Vada Savoury Doughnut