Two sorts of paneers, an Indian-style cottage cheese, •palak ($12.99) •and •butter masala ($12.99)•, are served with naan. (Pictures by Sandra Sadek/Group Affect Newspaper)
“[Whenever] visitors or anybody comes [in] …at minimal, they must drink water,” he mentioned.
Fusion India opened in March 2018 and is owned by Anchuri and Naveen Ganga. The restaurant presents conventional dishes and genuine flavors from areas throughout India.
“Each area has completely different tastes, completely different meals, completely different objects,” Anchuri mentioned.
Fusion India is understood for its biryani, a combined rice dish with meat and spices, typically with added greens and eggs. It’s slowly steamed by means of a course of referred to as “dum,” which permits aromas to soak into the rice and meat.
Different well-liked dishes embody Hen Tandoori and Palak Paneer, an indian-style cottage cheese served with naan or rice.
Anchuri mentioned the restaurant strives to make use of solely contemporary elements and most dishes are cooked in a conventional clay oven referred to as a tandoor.
“There’s a false impression about Indian meals,” he mentioned. “[People] suppose that it is vitally spicy, however …you may select your spice stage.”
Rahul Lala, supervisor for Fusion India, runs the day-to day operations. He mentioned the restaurant sees clients from many cities, together with Colleyville, Denton, Justin and Keller.
“We’re grateful to the group from all these areas,” Lala mentioned.
Whereas different areas could open sooner or later, serving the Southlake group stays the main focus, possession mentioned.
“We really feel joyful and passionate in regards to the meals trade,” Anchuri mentioned. “[We] really feel very joyful when the shopper eats with satisfaction [and] really feel like we get their blessings.”
2001 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 119, Southlake
Hours: Tue.-Solar. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 5-9 p.m.; closed Mon.