Today is: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Nirvana Restaurant Review
Nirvana offers an extensive selection of classic Indian chicken,
lamb, beef, seafood
and vegetarian dishes.
I was surprised for being there on a Saturday night, and it was almost
the fact that there was a party of 30 people going on.
It's always fun to go with a group so you can share, but for the single
offers both a vegetarian and with meat combination dinner.
Nirvana's biggest shortcoming is its atmosphere. The reliable cooking, decent-size
portions but the prices are very spicy… but the place is attractive. Whether you
a fan of Indian food or a neophyte, Nirvana should curry your favor.
There is a nice bar, and they serve a good Mojito!
The average dinner price for 3 people including drinks
is about US$ 200.00 plus
These are the appetizers we shared:
Scallops spiced with Herbs and served with a rep pepper sauce. Crab Masala Crab
cooked with tomato, onion, garlic & mint. Chicken Lettuce Wraps Ground Chicken
breast marinated with fresh mint. Stuffed Mushroom Crispy mushroom filled with cheese
& coriander served with tomato salsa
The appetizer portions are not big, but tasty!
These are the main course:
Charbroiled lobster tail marinated in herbs.
Served with greens and potatoes.
Smoked Lobster served with greens and potatoes
Charbroiled to perfection served with
mint chutney & roasted potato wedges.
Halibut cooked with mild spices.
Served with pepper sauce and crispy greens
The dinner was good, except that the Lamb was extremely spicy…
dessert was good!
For dessert we shared:
Mango slices with yogurt cream in a carmalized
filo pastry topped with mango sauce
and Pistachio Ice Cream.
Pistachio Ice Cream
Bottom line: The service was good, clean and hospitable.
There's a lot for vegetarians, but the price was too expensive for us.
I will keep exploring other restaurants
and keep you posted!
For map and location click Here!
For more information please visit their website at www.nirvanabeverlyhills.com
Article By: Mary Adams
Photos By: Alex Bonvi
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