A ‘mehfil’ is a traditional evening of poetry and Indian classical music, and it’s also the name of a quartet of restaurants in Ipswich, Mount Gravatt, Taringa and this one in the city. It's found on a corner plot edged with leopard trees, down the corporate end of town. From humble takeaway shop beginnings in 2010, owners Rajesh and Priyanka Sharma have helped create a menu that dances north, south, east and west over India. One of the chefs' house specialties is slow-cooked goat curry. Set yourself up with this meat-on-the-bone, russet-hued curry, a pile of sunshine-yellow saffron rice and a naan bread or two and life will begin to look pretty good. Wash it down with a few Indian pale ales from the lengthy menu of booze and life will look even better.
|Venue name:||Indian Mehfil CBD||Contact:|
10 Felix St
|Opening hours:||Mon 5-9.15pm; Tue-Fri 11.30am-2.15pm & 5-9.15pm; Sat 5-9.30pm; Sun 11.30am-2.15pm & 5-9.30pm|