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Indian Dilema..

#4
It can be very atkins friendly! The best thing you can do is have chicken or lamb tikka pieces, or a tandoori mixed grill with salad. You could also have saag paneer, spinach with cheese, or other sag dishes. Enjoy it!
 
#8
If you just stay away from the rice, naan and poppadoms then you're 90% of the way there already!

Do they have an online menu? Last place I went to I spent a good half hour looking for all the lowest carb choices so I didn't panic when I got there!
 
#9
IMO it's always best to just have the pieces, not the sauce, because you never know if they use flour as a thickener and lots of indian sauces add sugar for sweetness, and coconut milk etc. Still, if you have a look at supermarket packs, most curries without rice aren't too high, so if you were desperate for a spoonful of sauce you'd probably be ok.
 
#12
That menu looks great! Shame there's so much we can't eat on it! But still lots you can. :)

Try and stay away from the set menus and order your own dishes. Also remember to stay away from anything with gram flour (chickpeas) in - you know crispy starters etc.

If I were you I'd order a nice paneer to start or go with your main. Hope you have a cracking meal! :)
 
#14
Haha true! I went for one last wk and was determined to limit the damage as much as I could. As a result I spent a couple of hours scouring the interwebz for as much info on low carb curry options as I could find!

Was mostly successful. Tho did have a poppadom.
 
#16
I'll do ANYTHING for curry!
 


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