Found out about it through Kitchen Bookstore owners Rajiv Daswani and Miguel Angeles and Power of Pen founder Tetta Tirona.
I’m not supposed to tell 🙊 So I’m keeping the info here instead of sharing it in Inquirer.
Rajiv, who is of Indian descent, did the ordering. To keep it simple but allow us to try everything, he ordered the Barbeque Platter which has
Chicken Namkeen Boti, Chicken Reshmi Kebab, Chicken Green Tikka, Afghani Beef Kebab, and Beef Seekh Kebab. EVERYTHING was good.
Also excellent was the Mutton Biryani.
I always just passed this place thinking it was some Pinoy-trying-to-be-Indian kind of restaurant. Wrong! It is super authentic!
Will be back for sure to try the rest of the menu.
PS The place is prohibits alchohol inside the estabishment due to religious restrictions but there is space outside to drink.
PPS The restaurant is KABAB & CURRY on Jupiter (Edsa side). It is super casual, almost cafeteria-like. But air conditioned. And thankfully so because you may sweat with the spice levels of the food!