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Review: Regards, Edgbaston - The Foodie Family Blog
Regards is an Indian restaurant situated in the suburb of Edgbaston. It lies in a small square off the main road, and is in good company, as also on this Square is Waters on the Square – which we are yet to eat at, but I’m assured is an excellent fine dining restaurant. We were warmly greeted by the host and shown to our seats, poppadums were offered and accepted (not free – you pay by the poppadom) so don’t order too many! On a side note here – how do you actually spell ‘poppadum’? I see a different variant on every menu I look at! They were nice and crisp and came with traditional accompaniments. So what did we eat? My husband started with the Chatpati Aloo (£3.95) – Potatoes in spices, chopped onion and tomato sauce. He really enjoyed this – a sweet, slight spicy sauce and crunchy cubed potatoes. A bit like an Indian version of the Spanish classic Patatas Bravas. My starter was the Hara Bara Kebab (£3.95) – Deep green fried patties made of lightly spiced spinach and lentils stuffed with cheese. I’m not sure what I expected from this, but when it arrived it didn’t look the …