I realised that I've been gaining so much weight last year so about a week ago, I've decided to start dieting again. I'll talk about that in another post but the reason why I'm writing this right now (it's 12.35am right now FYI), is that I am currently craving for a good Indian meal and I know it's an impossible dream right now. I need to stay focused on the diet! HAHAHA. This leaves me with just a few plausible choice to counter this intense hunger (and there is no way I'm breaking my diet plan in less than a week). Wanting to practice thinking out of the box, I thought why not just write about my last Indian food-venture last January. Maybe reminiscing would do something good to satiate my cravings (although I have a feeling this will backfire later).
1. Bread and Rice Varieties
2. Starters & Rasam
Paneer 65 / Mushroom 65 / Chicken 65 / Gobi 65 / Pavakai Chips / Baby Corn / Kanava 65 / Chips Combo / Salad
Murungaka Rasam / Nandu Rasam / Chicken Rasam / Mutton Bone Soup
3. Tandoor & Egg
We also had the Tandoori Chicken (RM 14) and an egg dish called the Egg Podimas (RM7). I just love love love the mint sauce that comes with the chicken. It's such an amaze-balls! I keep on dipping my Naan bread and the chicken into the sauce, I think I might have had eaten them all by myself! LOL. The girls are so nice to give most of it to me. Hihihi. Meanwhile, I think that the Egg Podimas taste nicest when it's being paired up with a plain white rice. This Indian version of scrambled fried egg is made with egg (obviously), onions, chilis and turmeric.
Fish Tikka / Tandoori Chicken / Chicken Tikka / Tangri Kebab / Malai Kebab / Small or Large Tandoori Platter / Veg Thali /Egg Podimas / Egg Curry
Bhindi Masala / Potato Varuval / Mushroom Masala / Aloo Gobi Masala / Paneer Butter Masala / Mix. Veg Porial / Palak Paneer / Green Peas Masala / Karthirikai Varuval / Chilli Paneer / Veg. Manchurian.
Lorong Universiti C, Section 16,