Fusion cuisine works on the principle that if two or three different objects are placed in the same room for enough time, they will no doubt end up fighting for the title of ‘Most Delicious Object’, before settling on a peace treaty granting equal rights for all. Enjoy the result of the battle and reach for culinary harmony with today’s deal: $19 for $50 worth of South Indian, Malaysian and Sri Lankan Fare at Kammadhenu in Newtown or Neutral Bay locations.
Some hail Kammadhenu as having the best dosai in Sydney. Tantalising flavours from around the world all converge in the one conference room of Newtown and Neutral’s Bay’s famed locales. The combination of tastes and flavours is as varied as the climate and people from which the cuisine hails from , as a result of thefragrant, pungently warm spices. Delicately blended in meticulous proportions, these spice sensations form dishes like the butter chicken, chilli crab or the lamb biryani - a spicy rice dish with layers of lamb and helpings of nuts and dried fruit. The famed and addictive masala dosai, a huge, super thin South Indian golden pancake the size and length of a World Cup trophy is a delicacy not to be missed. Adorned with a range of fillings, the dosai allows hungry diners the option of tearing off shreds of crispy pancake before dipping them into the accompanying sauces. All dishes are affordable, ranging from $2.50 to $14.90. Choose from an array of authentic drinks to sip on, such as Sinha lager straight from Sri Lanka, ginger and milk tea, and lassis just some of the beverages on offer.
For a casual eatery experience filled with delicious food options, head to one of the two Newtown restaurants and enjoy eating in, taking it away or having it delivered. For a trendier dining experience, the Neutral Bay location offers a larger space with German beers available on tap. Wine, beer and spirits are also available as well as BYO. All meals are cooked with cotton seed oil only and use the freshest ingredients.
Kammadhenu received an overall rating of 6.7 on Eatability
‘This place gets my vote for its hoppers, rotis, lampries and sago pudding. Great food hall atmosphere, ultra cheap and authentic flavours keep me coming back.’
- Gavin, Urbanspoon
‘Don’t be put off by the extraordinary list of national
cuisines covered at this simply fitted-out place — believe us, it’s all good.
Indeed, as you walk past, it smells terrific and that’s always a good sign — as
is the constant crowds who pack the place out.’
- Sydney Eats Review