Anando Mahal in Luton serves classic Indian dishes. Visually the interior and exterior leaves very little to the imagination; uninspiring and lacklustre. The food on the other hand was an electric blend of traditional grilled dishes with an asian fusion twist that works superbly.
We ordered the T-Bone Steak, Chicken Steak and Mixed Grill with an accompanied side of sautéed mushrooms and twice cooked chunky chips. The chips were perfectly moist on the inside and beautifully crisp on the outside. The food arrived in an unexpected yet pleasantly surprising moorish inspired dish; a visual juxtaposition from the restaurants interior. The T-Bone Steak tasted like slow cooked meat, succulent and tearing off the bones; with little or no effort and infused with masala spices that penetrated right through to the core of the meat. The flavours were bursting, the taste was tantalising and our mouths were salivating. The grilled chicken was cooked to perfection and finished off with a perfect hint of masala seasoning. Every piece of meat from the mixed grill was juicy, succulent and mouth-wateringly flavoursome. Rarely do you come across a place that stimulates the taste buds so joyfully; leaving you savouring each mouthful and the portion size fit for a Sultan.