Mouthwatering Indian Fine Dining In Richmond

Indian cuisine is a go-to for comfort food because of its tantalising gravies, specialty bread and sumptuous rice dishes. Its aromatic qualities and tasty blend of spices make it a unique cuisine. If you visit our Indian fine dining restaurant in Richmond, you’ll be astounded by our precision of detail and balance between innovation and consistency.

Richmond is a cuisine hub and represents cuisines from all around the globe. Here, you will find delectable Indian fine dining, and you will be astounded by the authenticity of the dishes blended with a modern and fresh twist. Read on and discover how Indian fine dining is unique.

Time Honoured Recipes

Indian fine dining cuisine follows tried and tested recipes ‒ those that are passed down from generation to generation. Through perfected techniques and slight improvisations on the same meals to accommodate diverse dietary requirements and cultural tastes, the chefs produce tantalising meals of unwavering top-notch quality.

Generation-Old Cooking Techniques

These techniques may be universal; however, how they’re applied in the Indian cooking process makes all the difference. Using a combination of crackling spices, onions, ginger, garlic and meat or vegetables ensures a successful union with delicious results. There are some unique applications:

Dry Roasting – Whole spices are roasted in a pan on low heat to release aromatic properties before using them whole or before grinding.

Stir-frying, sauteing, simmer and boil – Curry bases such as those for Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken are made using all these combined techniques. Oil and low heat are used to saute onions, garlic, ginger and tomatoes. The sauteing process continues with the addition of meat or vegetables. The next step incorporates adding water and simmering until the onion is caramelized. The ingredients are then simmered or boiled until completion.

Tempering – To fuse spices with foods, you need to unlock their flavour. Hot oil or ghee is used for frying spices, whole or ground. Spices can then continue to cook with aromatics (onions, garlic, etc.) as a base for a curry or be added at the end to the top of a dish like Dal.

The Perfect Alchemy To Enhance Your Senses

The colour, smell and taste all depend on the chef’s technique, how long the dish is cooked, the quality and freshness of the ingredients and the spice combination. In order to achieve harmony in every dish, this art combines fiery passion with skill.

Jai Ho is an outstanding Indian fine-dining restaurant in Richmond. With time-honoured traditional cooking processes, our chefs create Melbourne’s best Indian cuisine. Please call us or submit an online query if you would like to book a table or inquire about our event and catering services.