Kutchi Deli Parwana is the sister store to Parwana Afghan Restaurant down Torrensville. This hole in the wall place is located down Ebenezer Place and has one of the most beautiful interiors I’ve seen in Adelaide. I’ve been a number of times and have nearly made my way through the whole menu. Sadly I was not carrying my camera (rookie mistake) so it’s taken me this long to finally write a review about this beautiful place.
Chapli Kebab – traditional afghan lamb burger ($15)
The mantu is an easy favourite with it’s soft dumpling casing filled with onion and carrots. Topped with a lamb mince and yogurt sauce was what tied the whole dish together. One thing comparing Kutchi and Parwana is that the price here is a lot more affordable and cheap. Although the servings are smaller it is a decent size for lunch.
Mantu Dumplings ($13)
Morgh Degree was a delicate balance of flavours with the cucumber and tomato bringing freshness alongside the flavourful chicken marinated in Afghan spices. Drizzled with a tangy yogurt sauce and sprinkled with coriander were the lovely finishing touches to this dish. All of this was wrapped inside a flat bread that was soft and light. It’s a very generous serving and made for a very filling lunch.
Morgh Degee ($15)
Crispy pan fried bread with a thin crust that is stuffed with a lamb mince filling. Dip this into a tangy yogurt sauce makes this quite finger licking good :)
Lamb Bolani ($10)
I wasn’t a huge fan of Parwana but I really love Kutchi because there is so much more choice on the menu. Afghan food has such a different set of flavours that keeps me coming back. Food is decently priced and everything on the menu is tasty and delicious – you can’t really go wrong with any of the choices. In terms of seating there are a few tables of 4 outside and one long table. If you were looking to sit inside there is only a long bench so may not be the best for large groups (unless you can score that long outside table).
7 Ebenezer Place
Adelaide SA 5000
(08) 7225 8586