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Thursday, May 26, 2022

An Indian fusion and cocktail bar is proving to be a big success in Darlington

Amari situated on Duke Street provides the highest quality Indian fusion cuisine set in an elegant restaurant with extraordinary service.

Presenting a variety of Indian fusion dishes the beautifully decorated restaurant combines modern Western cuisine with Asian flavours. The menu includes traditional curries along with trending fusion curries and vegan dishes – ranging between £10 and £24.

Amari exclusive is a seasonal menu created by talented chefs, to bring modern western dishes with eccentric eastern flavours. They only use high quality ingredients, acquired carefully from carefully source suppliers. Service is by an extremely knowledgeable front of house team, with a thriving focus on customer service.

A spokesperson for the restaurant explained: “The aim is to provide an Indian fusion restaurant and cocktail bar, where our guests will have a special experience of seeing our elegant interior, along with tasting and drinking from our delicacy menu

“We’ll be using different ingredients like truffle, caviar, Japanese grade A5 wagyu beef and lobster. We’ve got a small selection of our exclusives which will centre around these. The looks will be different along with the taste.

“We’re experimenting with flavours to make something that looks more modern than a bowl full of sauce and some meat.

Amari Darlington Image: Facebook

“It’s a bigger concept that we’re bringing together. It’s an idea that’s not really around – especially in the North-East of England.”

Signature dishes include surf and turf with fillet steak from “grade A5 Japanese wagyu beef”, covered in 24k gold leaf, and served alongside lobster tail grilled and cooked in garlic butter and finished with caviar and truffle for £300. Or there’s 24K gold leaf dressed Wagyu burger for £150.

Amari will be open from 5pm to 11pm on weekdays (except Tuesdays) and until 2am at weekends.

The last table being seated around 11pm – the establishment will transform into a sophisticated cocktail bar from 10.30pm.

The restaurant added: “It’s an exciting venture and we aim to provide the very best in customer service as well as world class dishes. It’s proved to be a good decision opening just before the Christmas period and we’ve seen some groups of people come in to enjoy a top-quality experience. We’ve had no problem with the guidelines.

Early indications are the restaurant is already looking toward a vibrant year ahead putting Darlington firmly on the culinary map.

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