Our team came from Hospicio de San Jose and after another worthwhile event with kids, we searched for a place to eat. I was looking to have coffee and instead landed in an Indian restaurant.
Never mind they didnt have coffee besides being a cafe, their Indian flavor is as authentic as it can be and their price range is affordable. We had four dishes for Php 900.
I like their Mutton Curry with Chapati most. Besides a well textured soft meat, its sauce was tasty sweet with a mild spicy kick. Its bread could have been better warm.
Chicken Biryani is always my go to dish and their version didnt fail. The basmati rice was well cooked and it includes hefty portion of delicious breast chicken.
I’m glad Shrimp Masala was served without its shells or I wouldn’t have bothered eating it. Its masala mixture had a nice balance of three c’s- cumin, cinnamon and cayenne.
Vegetable Curry was a great addition not just for nutritional benefits but also for color and crunch. Its vegetables was too fresh and curry perfectly prepared.