The stylish soft furnishings, nice window outlook and bright feature wall still make Copper Chimney a very attractive choice for dinner on West Row.
When paired with the professional and friendly service and excellent Indian dishes, it is ideal for enjoying a shared meal with friends.
Serve sizes are generous and suit sharing between up to six people.
It is also excellent value as corkage is very reasonable at $6 per bottle there’s a 25% discount for Canberra Entertainment Book holders (to $30).
A good menu for six is:
1x Chicken 65 (spicy and delicious) $14.90
1 x Palak Papdi Chaat $13.90 Spinach leaves in a crispy lentil batter, topped with yoghurt, date & tamarind and chilli & mint sauces (really good)
1 x Prawn curry Goanese – prawns cooked in a sauce of coriander seeds, cumin, turmeric powder and freshly ground coconut – $23.90
1 x Chicken Chettinad – a speciality from Southern India, chicken with a pepper spiced curry – $18.90
1 x Fish Methi Masala – Marinated Perch fillets in a delicately spiced cashew and fenugreek sauce – $23.90
1 x Kadhai Lamb – Stir-fried meat tossed with capsicum, onion & spices, served sizzling -$19.90
3 Plain Naan $3 each
3 serves rice ($4 per serve)
$23 each (or $17 with a 25% discount)
3 thoughts on “Copper Chimney, West Row, City – road testing a menu for six”
This restaurant looks really good.
One of me favourites Kaye!
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