Their moto: Fab food reincarnated. They take traditional cuisine and give it a twist reincarnating it into something truly original and ridiculously mouth watering. The Indian cuisine is made of a fusion of flavours, sensuality of texture, intense aromas and tingling tastes.
Karma offers their trademark North Indian dishes; delicious haloumi samoosas, the ever-popular vindaloo, paneer tikka masala and a range of chicken and lamb tandoori dishes, with steaming rice and naan bread. House specialities include Karma Korma, delicious and succulent pieces of chicken, lamb, prawn or vegetable, cooked in a velvety cashew nut and cream sauce. Curries that have more of a fragrant quality than they are fiery.
Its success continues to grow with their Indian restaurant being the best for eight years and their top award wining staff, including a chef who was nominated as on of the top five chefs in Top Billing Lifestyle Momentum Awards.
The restaurant décor is made up of beautiful rich browns and deep reds with the Buddha statues all around and soft buddha music creating a calming tranquil ambiance. The vibe created allows for romantic dinners or corporate functions at the restaurant or any venue of your choice.
Not only will you have a complete taste explosion but you even have the option of taking a Karma Kooking Klass to teach you how to cook their specific Indian cuisine dishes ranging from 4-6 hours long. The cooking classes will help you to understand and appreciate just how much time and effort and just how intricate making Indian food actually is.
But this is not the end of Karma’s development. Karma is in the process of launching its exciting light lunch menu which will include dishes such as naan wraps, grills, exotic grills and bunny chow.
Sound amazing right? Take advantage of Karma's offer and get true Indian Cuisine at a 55% discount.
Karma made Indian food trendy in Jozi, and continues to keep it cool...Eat Out Magazine