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It was renowned for its "contemporary Indian cuisine with a special touch, derived from the intimate geographical knowledge of [its] chefs". The restaurant walls were painted white, with big, abstract artwork and stark black furniture; it was far from a stereotypical Indian restaurant.
 
It was renowned for its "contemporary Indian cuisine with a special touch, derived from the intimate geographical knowledge of [its] chefs". The restaurant walls were painted white, with big, abstract artwork and stark black furniture; it was far from a stereotypical Indian restaurant.
   
As an appetiser, the Indian Summer served [[poppadom]]s, [[lime pickle]], [[raita]] and chopped [[onion]]s. It's dishes included [[Karachi chicken]] with [[lemon]] [[pilau rice]] and a [[sag paneer]]. A [[lamb]] dish was also available. Among the beverages, the restaurant served bottles of [[Cobra (drink)|Cobra]] and cups of [[coffee]].
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As an [[appetiser]], the Indian Summer served [[poppadom]]s, [[lime pickle]], [[raita]] and chopped [[onion]]s. It's dishes included [[Karachi chicken]] with [[lemon]] [[pilau rice]] and a [[sag paneer]]. A [[lamb]] dish was also available. Among the beverages, the restaurant served bottles of [[Cobra (drink)|Cobra]] and cups of [[coffee]].
   
 
[[Gwen Cooper]] went there on a date with [[Rhys Williams|Rhys]] shortly after she started at [[Torchwood Three|Torchwood]]. Rhys invited [[Lucy Sobel]] along and Gwen left early after receiving a text from Torchwood. She later returned to find the pair holding hands. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Slow Decay (novel)|Slow Decay]]'')
 
[[Gwen Cooper]] went there on a date with [[Rhys Williams|Rhys]] shortly after she started at [[Torchwood Three|Torchwood]]. Rhys invited [[Lucy Sobel]] along and Gwen left early after receiving a text from Torchwood. She later returned to find the pair holding hands. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Slow Decay (novel)|Slow Decay]]'')

Latest revision as of 17:30, September 29, 2019

The Indian Summer was an Indian restaurant on Dolphin Quay in Cardiff.

It opened in the mid 2000s and quickly established itself at the forefront of Cardiff restaurants.

It was renowned for its "contemporary Indian cuisine with a special touch, derived from the intimate geographical knowledge of [its] chefs". The restaurant walls were painted white, with big, abstract artwork and stark black furniture; it was far from a stereotypical Indian restaurant.

As an appetiser, the Indian Summer served poppadoms, lime pickle, raita and chopped onions. It's dishes included Karachi chicken with lemon pilau rice and a sag paneer. A lamb dish was also available. Among the beverages, the restaurant served bottles of Cobra and cups of coffee.

Gwen Cooper went there on a date with Rhys shortly after she started at Torchwood. Rhys invited Lucy Sobel along and Gwen left early after receiving a text from Torchwood. She later returned to find the pair holding hands. (PROSE: Slow Decay)

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