Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Judge's

September 3, 2014


#30 Malabar Chicken Curry: Famous curry from Malabar cooked in a coconut cream and tomato sauce, sauteed w curry leaves - 2

J's comment > not bad; curry was the perfect blend of a Thai curry and the butter chicken curry, probably because of the strong coconut notes; chicken very tender despite being white meat; we asked for medium spiciness and it wasn't spicy at all

#20 Rarra Gosht: Boneless lamb and minced lamb cooked together in a rich gravy w ginger, garlic and spices - 2

J's comment > very generous amt of meat, in fact, it was more meat than curry; lamb tender; curry flavorful but spicy, despite having asked for medium spiciness

#51 Peas Pulao: Long grained basmati rice cooked w sauteed onion, tomato and green peas - 2

J's comment > very aromatic rice, was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't the usual white rice w peas; good enough to eat on its own, but better w the Malabar curry

#58 Garlic Naan: White leavened bread w garlic baked in a clay oven - 2

J's comment > not bad; naan soft w bouncy texture; garlic present but not too strong

#68 Papadums: Crispy lentil crackers w tamarind chutney (complimentary) - 2

J's comment > crisp and thin, but I've had crisper and thinner; needs the tamarind chutney for max flavor

Mango lassi - 2

J's comment > very liquid-y; I prefer my lassi's more viscous; mango flavor OK

Indian Masala Chai - 2

J's comment > light flavors, very mild; needs sugar (provided)

Ras Malai: Cottage cheese patties marinated in thick flavored cream, served cold w dry fruits - 2

Gulab Jamun Classic: Pastry balls deep fried and dipped in honey syrup, served hot - 2

J's comment > ras malai was soft and spongy, w decent amt of cream, just like a ras malai should be;

gulab jamun slightly over-heated (served HOT!), texture was compromised and was a bit chewy - if we had allowed it to cool down it would hardened

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