Indigo Pearl Brasserie
Located in the touristic town of Busselton, the gateway to our famous Margaret River Wine region we produce the best North Indian flavours this side of the country. The decor is subtle with silver and indigo organza separating the open areas yet providing a sense of opulence and liveliness.
The senses are greeted with the seductive smells of cardamom, fennel and cloves. Rich Sari handiwork adorns the hand rendered floor to ceiling walls of the old cottage. The Sunroom and the Courtyard is popular with families and the occasional high end parties that we cater for.
Whilst matching the savouries of Punjabi cuisine with the aromatics of Kashmir, we create a delicate flavour, a wonder of the culinary world, classic north Indian Moghulai cuisine. India's most fabulous dynasty began at the time of the English Tudors, and remained all-powerful for some 200 years, in the hands of just six emperors, known as the Great Moghuls. Everything they did was magnificent.
Indian cuisine reached its zenith in the royal kitchens of the kings, nawabs, and maharajas - the one-time rulers of India's princely states who patronized art and culture, and enjoyed a lavish lifestyle. Among the varied cuisines that were native to India or borrowed from other world cultures and amalgamated within the Indian milieu, the one that stands at the forefront is "Moghulai cuisine," named for the era of the Grand Moghuls during which time it developed and became immensely popular. So rich and grand was this cuisine that it left a lasting impact on and influenced other equally grand cuisines.
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