The Host Indian quisine. One of the mist favorite brunch places. Great mix of flavors and spices. Goat curry is so rich and sometimes you are lucky to find a few pieces with soft tendons. So good. Diced Lamb kebab with herbs and spices. Spinach and home made cheese stew. Today they had a few new dishes. It was really a treat. After Masala tea I didn't even want my usual rice pudfi g or gulabjamun dessert :) but now looking at it I almost wish I went for seconds :).
No filters just a searing bright daylight :) #indianfood#richmondhillfood#tandoorichicken
I dag ble det...ikke smør kylling, men smør svin🐖😂 Prinsippet er jo helt det samme men byttet altså kyllingen med svinefilet👍 Sterk og god, servert med ris, yoghurt og mangochutney😋 Oppskriften, hvor jeg har brukt de fleste elementene fra @kokkelering.no sin butterchicken, er ikke så komplisert, men det er lurt å sjekke innholdet nøye for ingredienslisten er ganske lang. Og du trenger god tid, for marineringen tar rundt 6 timer. Men, det er verdt å prøve altså☺️Ha en fin kveld, og en fin ny smaksrik uke🤗 #middag#dinner#butterpig#instagram#instagood#instafood#foodpics#homemade#indianfood
HOMEMADE / FOOD SPOTLIGHT: Pan Puri/Golgappa 🇮🇳🇵🇰 (we didn't make the puris haha 💁♂️). Super popular street food in South Asia! Thin and crispy deepfried shells made from different types of flour, the 'puri' (I think these were a mix of gram and semolina flour?) filled with chickpeas, diced onion and then filled up with spiced water! The 'pani'. We made our own pani with ginger, chillis, coriander, mango and some masalas. We also bought a ready made tamarind one which has that characteristic tang and subtle sweetness that just really compliments the all the fresh flavours really well. The texture profiles just make these so enjoyable with the liquid pani, the crispy kinda crunch from the puri, the different kinda crunch from the onion and then the softness of the chickpea. 👌 Just super addictive we had like 30/40 each 😂
Thanks @parthunderscore for the assist this was a lot of fun! Look forward to round 2 x
REVIEW: @hopperslondon, Sri Lankan food in Soho 🇱🇰 I have beeeen waiting since 2017 for an excuse to come back here! And my latest visit did not disappoint (s/o to @sujansriharan & @gweasley425 for the OG assist 🙏) . - I must admit, I came back for one dish in particular that I just HAD to show @not_even_asain, the Bone Marrow Varuval + Roti. Fun fact, did you know Calvin Harris' + Rihanna's hit single "This Is What You Came For" was inspired by this dish? 😭. As the first picture evidences, it is legit some thiccc logs of roasted bone marrow then finished in the accompanying gravy. This for me is one of THE dishes to try in London. It's one of those where you appreciate the creativity but you aren't quite sure what to make of it untill you try and blooodyyyyy helll. It's just so luxoriously rich. The roasting just imparts this tear wrenchingly good deep umami note to the fatty marrow which marries the subtle coconut and otherwise umami notes of the gravy. It would be an absolute red card from me if you don't order another roti and finish off the gravy. Being at hoppers, it seemed fitting to also get some hoppers, a traditional Sri Lankan, bowl shaped pancake make of rice flour and coconut milk, designed to eat with sambals. The hoppers were definitely good but certainly less showtime, as we're the other menu items which did feel a little bit less value for money. Sujan, who's actually Sri Lankan agrees. Apparently, Harrow are the ends to go if you're backing some Sri Lankan munch 👌. That being said, I went for the bone marrow and it did not disappoint. It would be criminal to not give it at least an 8/10. To paraphrase the great @stephenasmith: "That dish is SPECIAL!!!!" - Go check it out guys x