Starters include many classics such as tandoori chicken, meat and vegetables samosas, onion bhaji, aloo chat and prawn on puri. Diners looking for an extra special experience should try the Kurzi lamb, which needs to be ordered 24-hours beforehand. This succulent and decadent dish features a whole leg of lamb marinated in spiced yoghurt sauce and roasted for 4-hours to really maximize its flavour. Before being served it is then smothered with flavoured minced meat curry and garnished with salad dressing. Unlike many other Indian restaurants in Lincolnshire, Bindi goes beyond the usual to offer diners exquisite dishes not normally seen on the menus of many curry houses. The achari bahar includes marinated pieces of chicken or lamb cooked in a tandoor oven and then smothered in a hot, spicy sauce with pickled Indian fruit. Those looking for something milder can tuck in to the mango delight with barbequed strips of chicken breast cooked in a creamy, mild, rich sauce topped with fragrant ripe mango.
Curry lovers needn’t despair however as Bindi still offers a wonderful range of curries like the milder korma, bhuna and rogan josh. Guests wishing to delve a little deeper into the world of spice can try the dansak. However this restaurant doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to spice and diners wanting to test themselves are invited to take Bindi Restaurant’s exclusive “Widower” challenge, but be warned this is definitely not for the faint hearted. I.D is required and a disclaimer must be signed! This is certainly not a challenge you would see in most restaurants in Lincolnshire and it has garnered plenty of media attention. However, diners who just want to enjoy a relaxed meal with no challenges involved have plenty of delicacies to choose from on Bindi’s menu. Succulent butter chicken, indulgent tandoori king prawn koraya and delicately spiced lamb biryani are just a few of the dishes waiting to tantalize your taste buds!