12 February 2017
If you have been in Finland during the winter, you know that it's a cold place to live. Well, it's not as cold as it used to be - at least in the southern part - but still. So, what's best that some spicy indian food to warm up a bit? With this basic theorem in mind, we've made today a welcome stop at Indian House for lunch. Long story short: it doesn't look like the real deal from the outside, and yet it is. 2 reasons for that: lots of regular customers are indian families - this by restaurant standards is always a good omen - and the head chef do receptions catering for the Indian embassy in Helsinki (so Saila was told by one of her business contact at the said embassy). No wonder the food there is damn tasty... and spicyyyy!
At Indian House, food spiciness is customisable. Our was actually quite hot.
from left: Chicken Madras: Tandoori chicken spiced in hot spices & coconut cream in curry sauce, Dal Tadka: yellow lentils cooked with strong indian spices in onions & tomato sauce, Chicken Lababdar: Tandoori chicken with grated cheddar cheese in creamy cashew sauce.
...all these served with complementary Basmati rice, butter Naan bread & Raita yogurt sauce.
As we said, damn tasty!
... and the morning after...
tag : Indian