Wednesday, November 12, 2008

An Indian Feast

We spent a couple of hours this afternoon with KY, her aunt, and her cousin, Z, from Oz. We walked around looking for some place to eat, which offered both meat and vegetarian, and were hounded by this tout from a restaurant across the road to Mustafa's.

We decided to just try out this certain restaurant because a)it was convenient b)we were not very familiar with which was good.

The first dish was Lollipop Chicken - what a cute name! This was very delicious. It tasted very much like Tandoori Chicken, only more moist and much tastier. And very tender too.

Mutton Mysore (I'm really not a fan of mutton so I only had a teeny piece)

Ghee Thosai (you can really taste the buttery sinfulness of this dish)

Masala Thosai

Mutton Curry

Can't recall the name of this thosai. It's with green chilli and onions I believe.

Garlic Naan for Z

Mixed Vegetable Curry

Prawn Curry

After lunch, we popped over to Mustafa, to look for some Nightingale Diaries which we were told, carried the widest range. Unfortunately we had to leave them to continue shopping while we headed to swim class. I did not carry any umbrellas with me today because when I left the house, it was hot and sunny. Who is to know that on my way to swim class, I saw a massive and black cloud hovering above. We made it to the complex just as the first raindrops started and were very lucky indeed as minutes after, the storm began. We played hide n seek with the lightning and thunder and had to wait around each time the lightning came back again. I couldn't wait for the class to finish to put an end to my misery.

Thank you KY, for the lovely lunch. We'll fix a date again for next year when I have more time in the afternoon to go to Mustafa's. ;)

Madura's Restaurant
115 Syed Alwi Road
Singapore 207683
Tel: 62941268

4 comments:

Miz Young said...

wah your makan blog very detailed!! Puts mine to shame hehehhe.... Hope you enjoyed lunch today, even tho it was an empty restaurant hahaha! I posted some pix too... go take a look *grin!

SIG said...

miz young - Hahaha, thanks. No Aloo Gobi or whatever it was. Hahaha. Was busy eating by that time. ;P Empty restaurant can use extra table mah. But thosai still must eat at Komala's. Next year lah.

Mochachocolata Rita said...

oh gosh...i love the idea of lollipop chicken ^_^ and all that buttery goodness of the thosai...yumm! (i can never make those at home ^_^)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Yummy! The thosai here very sour one, don't know why.