Soo Delhi is an inventive and unconventional Indian restaurant that is specialising in the delights of Delhi-style cuisine. Looking to reshape Indian food into something more comparable to its contemporary form, the team behind this Stones Corner eatery is offering a tight range of dishes that accurately reflect modern Indian dining trends. The centrepiece of Soo Delhi’s menu is thali – round platters that carry a selection of dishes perfecting for providing a sense of all aspects of the restaurant’s menu. Each set comes with pickles, laccha paratha (whole wheat flatbread), rice, salad, yellow dal, dessert and two curries, with vegan, vegetarian and carnivorous options available. Also available is an array of street eats includes Delhi pav bhaji (two buttered buns served with a curried vegetable medley), aloo puri (puffed deep-fried bread served with mashed potato and tomato curry), and chicken malai tikka (charcoal grilled chicken served with a special cream-and-butter sauce). Roomali rolls – a wrap analogous to the burrito, made using handkerchief-thin roti and served with mint sauce – is also a menu fixture, with the wraps boasting fillings like chargrilled lamb and goat mince, vegan sausage, tandoor-cooked cottage cheese, and charred boneless chicken. While curries are currently only available as part of Soo Delhi’s thali offering, the crew will soon look to add a punchy selection of six curry varieties (each based on a different core ingredient) that won’t readily be found elsewhere in town. Soo Delhi is currently BYO-friendly until a liquor licence is obtained.