In case anybody is interested to visit Northen India(Hindi-speaking areas), this is the list I bring with me, read to the servers and iindicate "Na Hee" which means "No", and don't want. Gesture to them no. Many of them more
Delicious! Packed with spices and flavours with tomato dices. Do make sure you tell them you do not consume dairy. After many attempts of my broken Hindi at all other places,, we felt sooo lucky to be served by Shujat who more
Cauliflower, potatoes and peas. Very flavoursome with the spices. Love it.
Basmati rice tossed with green peas. There were some cumin seeds too. This was a little greasier than the biryani. The rice was so soft. Price: 220rupees approx sgd$3
Yummy! Very aromatic, spicy and didn't feel very oily. Portion was big, can be shared between two people. Price: 300 rupees approx $5
Full of vegetables in them. Skin was a little thick but okay. The chilli was rather spicy and I loved it.
Delicious! They were like falafels but made with spinach, beans, carrots and green peas. Omit their dip as it consists dairy. This places uses sunflower oil as I have checked with them. Price: 190 rupees approx sgd2.50!
Very nice! Deep fried rolls made of mashed potatoes and peanuts flavoured with spices. Not very greasy. Just omit the dip which came with it as it contains yoghurt. Price: 150rupees approx sgd2.50
These are very tasty. The pita originally contained yoghurt. They made some without for us. They were made upon order so very warm and soft. Baba ghanoush and hummus were rather garlicky. The pickles were great, had pickled more
Nice vegan milk chocolate. The salted caramel bits were crunchy and good.