Indian food is surprisingly tasty and so flavoursome. Can never get sick of Indian curries and masala. Thanks to my dear sister in law, we survive India for 6 days without diarrhoea! And everything is so cheap here. Imagine 50%discount everyday.
Green leaf restaurant
Had a hearty Indian breakfast here
Deep fried savory Indian doughnut. Nice blend of Indian spices. Fragrant yet not overpowering
Indian bread toasted with cripsy skin, filled with potato cubes
My favorite puffy Indian savory pastry. Taste like roti canai in Malaysia.
All served with Dahl, curry and tomato chutney
The cup of masala tea tasted strangely familiar, just like our own teh tarik infused with masala
Polar bear ice cream parlour
Indians love ice creams. From ice cream roadside stalls to eateries, there's always a suitable flavor for one.
A mixture of rum raisin and butter scotch ice cream sprinkled with peanut
Soft and rich in flavor.
Joy ice cream factory is just around the corner as well.
The sixth main
A nice variety of Indian vegetarian curries, complete with the sweet combination of ice cream with gulab jamun. The set also came with fried rice and curd rice.
Refreshing mango milkshake, thick and creamy banana lassi, sweet lassi (simply because there's salty lassi!)
Masala butter chicken
Everything using a combination of butter, yogurt and tomato paste tastes incredible!
We will never get sick of eating
Le fortune Coorg
Coorg chicken masala
No need to describe further. Anything with masala, perhaps not the beverages, taste heavenly rich and aromatic.
Apparently Manchurian means Chinese. It's deep fried cauliflower Indian style.
Taste like roti canai...Cripsy. roti here are usually not oily at all unless you order buttered ones
All for Rs285!