As we often do when ordering Asian takeaway, we put our rice cooker on, ordered the food, then went along our merry way to pick up our dinner.
|Aloo Gobhi (L) and Mutter Paneer (R)|
The bold flavour from the Mutter Paneer ($11.50) surprised me: a sharp tomato bite contrasted the curry's creaminess. Peas and chunks of paneer cheese popped up every now and then like little jack-in-the-boxes, making this altogether a very lovely dish.
We believe Aloo Gobhi ($11.50) is a great indicator of how good an Indian chef is at creating vegetarian meals, and this serving didn't disappoint. Just the right amount of potato pieces and yummy mouthfuls of cauliflower played around in this semi-dry, yet spicy curry. Other than a bit of excess oil floating around, it was spot on.
Aside from needing a little spruce up with the decor (not sure what that plastic snake of lights in the window is supposed to do for the dining experience), at least Mehek is good...and better yet, consistently good. So, whether you eat in or order takeway, give them a try. What the mehek, right? :P