We got to Naha late and were desperate for some food. I read of this place on TripAdvisor and it's right by a monorail stop so we thought, great, easy, quick in and back out.
The food... what can i say! I mean I had A LOT of curries in my life all over the world and this... wow!!!
The food was so flavorsome I don't know how to describe it and there were quite a few vegetarian options.
The mango lassi was really nice too and my hubby had the mixed tandoori and as he doesn't like garlic they
changed one of the meats with something else.
The guy who served us was so lovely and he was very eager and happy to talk to us. It was very interesting. He speaks reasonable English in case you have to communicate dietary requirements etc..
you can choose between several levels of spiciness and I have gone for 50% (not sure what exactly it meant but the guy did raise his eyebrows when I ordered it) it was perfect for my taste (I love spicy food so be warned..). I had a wonderful dal curry and paneer masala, both was absolutely knock over tasty like I haven't had in a long time. And the nan is huge and super yummy too
He was also very eager to tell us about Nepal and the different ingredients they use for their dishes (e.g. We didn't know what the goma nan was so he went to the cook and asked for the seeds and presented them on a little plate for us - it's black sesame seeds - how very sweet)
Also after establishing that I love spicy food he brought out some traditional spicy pickle and chilly paste, and he was very eager for us to try it.
They have a couple of things you can buy too, I bought some pani puri which I have never seen at home to buy.
All in all a wonderful, enjoyable and delicious evening, nice (Nepalese beer), wonderful food and great staff for entertainment. I would have given more than 5 stars is I could have :-)
YOU HAVE TO TRY IT YOURSELF :-)
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