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New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! | Herald Community Newspapers | www.liherald.com

New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! Posted Friday, March 15, 2019 1:09 pm By Terry Biener
2920-2922 Merrick Road, Bellmore
(516) 809-9927
While Mango Indian Cuisine only opened several weeks ago, management behind it is quite well seasoned. Sewa Singh, who also owns House of India in Huntington Village, boasts 20 years in the restaurant industry. Joining him at Mango are his son, Virpartap Singh, and his daughter, Simran Kaur. Still a work in progress — as they await table candles and embellishments for the walls — the intimate space is sleek yet cozy, offering rave-worthy Northern Indian food and top-notch service.
Their expansive menu had options for everyone, from meat aficionados and seafood lovers to vegetarians. Lunch Special — soup, Nan, chutney, rice and a main dish — is $11. From the dinner menu, soups, chutneys, salads, breads, and hot appetizers range from $3 to 13. Entrees (chicken, lamb, seafood, vegetable, Tandoori, and Biryani rice specialties), are $15 to $27. Desserts are $6 and $7. Children can be accommodated.
How mild or spicy your food will be is your choice … just ask. If there is something you’d like that’s not on the menu, if they have the ingredients, they are happy to prepare it. Management is friendly and very accommodating. Portions are quite generous.
We started with Mango Lassi, a refreshing, creamy yogurt beverage. Mango Special Variety Tray wowed us with a sampling of hot appetizers — crisp vegetable and meat Samosa, Bhujia (vegetable fritters), potato, cheese and chicken Pakora (batter fried), and a basket of Papadam (spicy Indian crackers) with three chutneys on the side.
Entrees include Basmati rice. Chicken Tikka Masala, boneless white meat, arrived in delicious sauce made with cream, tomato, green pepper, onion and spices. Lamb Mango, so tender, no knife needed, was dressed in a sweet brown mango/saffron sauce. Saag Paneer, a hearty blend of spinach, homemade cheese and curry, was amazing on nan bread or mixed with rice. Garlic Nan, one of 15 freshly baked breads, was served straight from the oven.
All Tandoori items (chicken, fish, lamb, cheese) are cooked on skewers in a charcoal clay oven, served with rice and curry sauce on the side. Mixed Tandoori platter offered a variety — several types of chicken, lamb Boti, and Seikh kebab — minced lamb blended with Indian spices.
Desserts are all made on premises. We shared and enjoyed Rasmalai, a traditional favorite – soft, sweet Indian cheese in cream sauce, served chilled. Gulab Jamun, Kulfi, and homemade ice cream are also on the menu.
Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday. They are closed on Monday. Reservations are suggested. Delivery, catering and take-out are available.
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Download The Cooking Tale Recipes free app allow you to access the recipes for all types of foods including meat, poultry, fruit, vegetables, seafood, herbs, spices, condiments, breads, and more.Easy, fast & healthy cooking recipes, including Indian, Russian, French, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, American and many other cuisines.New recipes added every day and will appear on The Cooking Tale Recipes automatically. All pictures are 100% real, no Photoshop.You can search the recipes by food type or by keywords.You will discover step by step cooking directions with pictures and ingredients. You can pin the pictures on Pinterest directly from our app.New recipes added daily.Healthy Cooking Tale Recipes is the official app of www.thecookingtale.com License

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East London is known for its eclectic people and businesses. With fun markets, vintage shops and an amazing food scene, it’s impossible to tire of wandering around this vibrant area. If you’re looking to spend some time in East London, here are a few of the places that we recommend. Columbia Road Flower Market
A London classic, the Columbia Road Flower Market as we know it has steadily grown in popularity since the 1980’s, although its history does go back centuries. Today, the market can be enjoyed on Sundays from 8:00 – 3:00-ish, but we recommend arriving early so that you’ll have your pick of the best buds. It’s situated near Brick Lane and Spitalfields, and the gorgeous array of flowers simply can’t be missed. Grab a coffee and wander the stalls in search of your perfect bouquet for a lovely start to the week.
2. Origin Coffee Roasters
No day can truly be enjoyed without a good cup of coffee – or three. When we find ourselves in Shoreditch, we always make a stop at Origin Coffee . The specialty coffee is superb and the shop, complete with an interesting mural, is a gorgeous place to spend time. You can even buy its beans to make at home.
3. Brick Lane
Brick Lane is home to another Sunday market, although this one specialises in vintage and second-hand collectables. It runs from 10:00 – 5:00, and there are plenty of food options mixed in with the vintage stalls. Brick Lane is especially known for its Indian cuisine, so it’s a great place to go for tandoori chicken or curry. There are also great vintage shops on Brick Lane, which are open all week, so the street is a treat no matter what day of the week it is.
4. Dinerama
If street food is your thing, you have to visit Dinerama . Open Wednesday – Saturday from 6:00 – 12:30, this warehouse space is the perfect place for a casual dinner or the start to a night out. Enjoy everything from jerk chicken to steamed dumplings – it also has a kebab stand that’s unlike any other kebabs you’ve ever seen! There’s plenty of choice for cocktails and beer, and it even has a separate wine bar, dubbed Winerama.
5. Discount Suit Company
A speakeasy style bar, Discount Suit Company was originally used as a storeroom for the men’s suit store above. It’s a bit hidden away, which makes it that much more special. It’s a small space, but it has a lively atmosphere and amazing cocktail menu. One visit will have you hooked on this hidden gem.

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New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! | Herald Community Newspapers | www.liherald.com

New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! Posted Friday, March 15, 2019 1:09 pm By Terry Biener
2920-2922 Merrick Road, Bellmore
(516) 809-9927
While Mango Indian Cuisine only opened several weeks ago, management behind it is quite well seasoned. Sewa Singh, who also owns House of India in Huntington Village, boasts 20 years in the restaurant industry. Joining him at Mango are his son, Virpartap Singh, and his daughter, Simran Kaur. Still a work in progress — as they await table candles and embellishments for the walls — the intimate space is sleek yet cozy, offering rave-worthy Northern Indian food and top-notch service.
Their expansive menu had options for everyone, from meat aficionados and seafood lovers to vegetarians. Lunch Special — soup, Nan, chutney, rice and a main dish — is $11. From the dinner menu, soups, chutneys, salads, breads, and hot appetizers range from $3 to 13. Entrees (chicken, lamb, seafood, vegetable, Tandoori, and Biryani rice specialties), are $15 to $27. Desserts are $6 and $7. Children can be accommodated.
How mild or spicy your food will be is your choice … just ask. If there is something you’d like that’s not on the menu, if they have the ingredients, they are happy to prepare it. Management is friendly and very accommodating. Portions are quite generous.
We started with Mango Lassi, a refreshing, creamy yogurt beverage. Mango Special Variety Tray wowed us with a sampling of hot appetizers — crisp vegetable and meat Samosa, Bhujia (vegetable fritters), potato, cheese and chicken Pakora (batter fried), and a basket of Papadam (spicy Indian crackers) with three chutneys on the side.
Entrees include Basmati rice. Chicken Tikka Masala, boneless white meat, arrived in delicious sauce made with cream, tomato, green pepper, onion and spices. Lamb Mango, so tender, no knife needed, was dressed in a sweet brown mango/saffron sauce. Saag Paneer, a hearty blend of spinach, homemade cheese and curry, was amazing on nan bread or mixed with rice. Garlic Nan, one of 15 freshly baked breads, was served straight from the oven.
All Tandoori items (chicken, fish, lamb, cheese) are cooked on skewers in a charcoal clay oven, served with rice and curry sauce on the side. Mixed Tandoori platter offered a variety — several types of chicken, lamb Boti, and Seikh kebab — minced lamb blended with Indian spices.
Desserts are all made on premises. We shared and enjoyed Rasmalai, a traditional favorite – soft, sweet Indian cheese in cream sauce, served chilled. Gulab Jamun, Kulfi, and homemade ice cream are also on the menu.
Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday. They are closed on Monday. Reservations are suggested. Delivery, catering and take-out are available.
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New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! | Herald Community Newspapers | www.liherald.com

New gem brings remarkable flavors to Bellmore! Posted Friday, March 15, 2019 1:09 pm By Terry Biener
2920-2922 Merrick Road, Bellmore
(516) 809-9927
While Mango Indian Cuisine only opened several weeks ago, management behind it is quite well seasoned. Sewa Singh, who also owns House of India in Huntington Village, boasts 20 years in the restaurant industry. Joining him at Mango are his son, Virpartap Singh, and his daughter, Simran Kaur. Still a work in progress — as they await table candles and embellishments for the walls — the intimate space is sleek yet cozy, offering rave-worthy Northern Indian food and top-notch service.
Their expansive menu had options for everyone, from meat aficionados and seafood lovers to vegetarians. Lunch Special — soup, Nan, chutney, rice and a main dish — is $11. From the dinner menu, soups, chutneys, salads, breads, and hot appetizers range from $3 to 13. Entrees (chicken, lamb, seafood, vegetable, Tandoori, and Biryani rice specialties), are $15 to $27. Desserts are $6 and $7. Children can be accommodated.
How mild or spicy your food will be is your choice … just ask. If there is something you’d like that’s not on the menu, if they have the ingredients, they are happy to prepare it. Management is friendly and very accommodating. Portions are quite generous.
We started with Mango Lassi, a refreshing, creamy yogurt beverage. Mango Special Variety Tray wowed us with a sampling of hot appetizers — crisp vegetable and meat Samosa, Bhujia (vegetable fritters), potato, cheese and chicken Pakora (batter fried), and a basket of Papadam (spicy Indian crackers) with three chutneys on the side.
Entrees include Basmati rice. Chicken Tikka Masala, boneless white meat, arrived in delicious sauce made with cream, tomato, green pepper, onion and spices. Lamb Mango, so tender, no knife needed, was dressed in a sweet brown mango/saffron sauce. Saag Paneer, a hearty blend of spinach, homemade cheese and curry, was amazing on nan bread or mixed with rice. Garlic Nan, one of 15 freshly baked breads, was served straight from the oven.
All Tandoori items (chicken, fish, lamb, cheese) are cooked on skewers in a charcoal clay oven, served with rice and curry sauce on the side. Mixed Tandoori platter offered a variety — several types of chicken, lamb Boti, and Seikh kebab — minced lamb blended with Indian spices.
Desserts are all made on premises. We shared and enjoyed Rasmalai, a traditional favorite – soft, sweet Indian cheese in cream sauce, served chilled. Gulab Jamun, Kulfi, and homemade ice cream are also on the menu.
Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday. They are closed on Monday. Reservations are suggested. Delivery, catering and take-out are available.
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Cultural festival to celebrate Indo-Thai relations

Thai political party that backed King’s sister dissolved
The Royal Thai Embassy is organising a cultural fest – ‘Namaste Thailand Festival’ – from Friday to Sunday here, to commemorate 72 years of Indo-Thai diplomatic relations.
The festival of Thai food, products, music, performances and culture is all set to offer a unique Thai experience, the organisers of the festival said.
” India and Thailand have a history of good and cooperative relations. To strengthen these relations we need to co-opt culturally and understand each other. The festival is a move in this direction.
“Such festivals need to be held on a regular basis as they help the people of two great nations understand each other,” Ambassador of Thailand Chutintorn Gongsakdi said in a statement.
An interactive session with the Ambassador is also slated during the opening on Friday.
Apart from activities and products on art, fashion and lifestyle, visitors can also experience Thai cuisine from Radisson Blu’s restaurant Nueng Roi. There will also be three quiz competitions about Thailand, the organisers said.
Cultural performances from renowned Thai artists like Asia-7, a Thai jazz-fusion band which has played in many Indian music festivals including the Delhi International Jazz Festival this year, will culminate the festival.
It will take place at the Select City Walk here and is free for all.
–IANS
sj/mag/bg (This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) First Published: Wed, March 13 2019. 14:54 IST

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Luxury holiday deals: discover the latest offers from British Airways

Luxury holiday deals: discover the latest offers from British Airways
Book now to make savings on trips to Mauritius, Prague, New York and more Thursday 14 March 2019 09:12 Advertisement feature Getty Images
Holidays should start at the airport and continue in the air; from relaxing in the lounge before the flight to enjoying champagne on board. And with the latest limited time deals from British Airways, you can be sure this’ll be the case.
Starting at £299 per person, these luxury breaks all include British Airways Club Europe or Club World flights from London airports, so you’ll get serious legroom, delicious meals and up to two 32kg bags in baggage allowance.
If it’s a long-haul flight, you’ll also have a flat bed with White Company bedlinen. These breaks all include four-star and five-star hotel accommodation in some of the world’s most exciting cities, including Venice, New York and Cape Town, or beach breaks in glorious Mauritius and Cancún.
But to book your chance to take it easy, you need to hurry – book by midnight Tuesday 19 March.
These British Airways Holidays offers are limited-time deals, meaning you get the best available prices on some of the most popular destinations. All include all the usual British Airways benefits to make your journey more enjoyable. Where will your next journey take you? Explore Prague’s unique Czech charms
Spring is Prague’s best time to explore the medieval Hradčany district, with narrow streets leading to St Vitus Cathedral and Prague Castle. Below, on the banks of the Charles River, you’ll find elegant, historic cafes such as the Slavia, but also the chance to explore the haunting buildings of the city’s ghetto.
Three nights, bed and breakfast at the four-star Duo hotel, from £349 per person, travelling between 1-30 July 2019 inclusive. Includes Club Europe return flights from London Heathrow Try something different in Dubai
The most accessible part of the Middle East, Dubai is packed with things to do. Highly cosmopolitan, it has a genie-like ability to conjure up new experiences for its visitors. You can both snowboard and sandboard here, explore both malls and museums, while evenings bring the nightly fountain show and top-flight restaurants.
Seven nights, room-only at the four-star Hilton Garden Inn Mall of the Emirates, from £1,709 per person, travelling between 1-31 August 2019 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow Enjoy Venice at your own pace
After Carnival in early March, Venice is at its most atmospheric, with a touch of mist in the morning and – with luck – sunshine by the afternoon. Without the summer crowds, you’ll be able to wander through St Mark’s Square or visit the ancient market at the Rialto without jostling hordes, while restaurants, including the acclaimed but tiny Il Ridotto, have space for bookings.
Three nights, room-only at the four-star Hotel Admiral, from £299 per person, travelling between 1-27 May 2019 inclusive. Includes Club Europe return flights from London Gatwick Cancun and the beach beyond
On Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, the Mayan Riviera, stretching south from the lively city of Cancun, has some of the world’s most staggering beaches, bands of silky soft sand facing the Caribbean Sea. There’s plenty to keep you in your resort, but also places to explore, from ancient Mayan ruins to the resort of Playa del Carmen. (Getty Images/ iStockphoto )
Seven nights, all-inclusive at the four-star Allegro Playacar, from £1,839 per person, travelling between 1- 30 September 2019 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick Get a new view of Cape Town
Just two hours ahead of the UK, Cape Town’s attractions come jet lag-free. This city mixes stunning scenery with a fascinating history and a vivid presence; you can go from Robben Island to paragliding off Table Mountain. And in the evening you can bar-hop at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
Seven nights, room-only at the five-star Hilton Cape Town City Centre, from £2,489 per person, travelling between 1-30 June 2019 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow Family fun and much more in Orlando
Orlando now offers luxury alongside theme parks that take in everything from family-based nostalgia to cutting-edge special effects and hair-raising rides. Disney World, Universal Studios and the Kennedy Space Center are must-sees, but you’ll also find botanical gardens, art museums and a growing restaurant culture.
Seven nights, room-only at the four-star Blue Heron Beach Resort, from £1,799 per person, travelling between 3 November-12 December 2019 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick New discoveries in New York
There’s no crucible quite like New York; a constantly changing scene for food, art, fashion and theatre. A trip to the Big Apple never disappoints and this year sees the opening of Hudson Yards, a new restaurant and entertainment district in Midtown, plus a major outlet shopping centre opening on Staten Island.
Four nights, room-only at the four-star DoubleTree by Hilton, from £1,399 per person, travelling between 3-31 January 2020 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow Exotic, exquisite Mauritius
The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is truly bewitching, a mixture of white sand beaches, rainforest and small towns and villages. Dotted with sugar and tea plantations, a legacy of French occupation has left it with a sophisticated food culture, but you’ll also find giant tortoises and golf courses.
Seven nights, half-board at the four-star Le Meridien lle Maurice, from £2,599 per person, travelling between 1-30 June 2019 inclusive. Includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick Mix culture with cuisine in Miami
With glorious beaches and some of America’s most famous hotels, Miami has always been a city devoted to pleasure. Now there’s a significant cultural scene as well, with the art district Wynwood awash with street art and landmark museums such as the Perez, alongside some of the city’s best restaurants. Nearby, Little Havana brings a Cuban vibe with bars and street food.
Five nights, room-only at the four-star Tradewinds Apartment Hotel Miami Beach, from £1,699 per person, travelling between 9-31 January 2020. Includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow
Discover more about luxurious holidays with British Airways here
Terms & Conditions: Availability may be extremely limited, particularly during peak periods. All holiday prices where stated are “from” and are in GBP per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless otherwise stated) inclusive of all airport taxes, fees and charges, this is the “Holiday Price”. Additional resort/hotel fees, taxes and service charges may apply. Holiday Prices include (i) one return flight in business class (Club World for long haul flights or Club Europe for short haul flights) per person, unless otherwise stated, from either London Heathrow, London Gatwick or London City to selected destinations as stated below – “Flights”; and either (ii) a minimum of one nights’ four-star accommodation – “Hotel” and/or (iii) a minimum of Mini category of car – “Car”. The Flight and the Hotel/Car are collectively referred to as the “Holiday Package(s)”. The Holiday Price is inclusive of airport taxes, fees, carrier charges correct as of 6 March 2019, and any unavoidable surcharges. Additional resort/hotel fees, taxes and service charges may apply. Flight and car Holiday Packages stated based on drivers aged 30-70 years. Prices are subject to change. Prices are discounted from the lowest price available in the 14 days before 6 March 2019. If you pay the Holiday Package using a corporate credit card billed in the UK, you will be charged a fee of 1% (up to a maximum of £20 per person, per transaction). Holiday Packages must be booked between 00:01 BST 7 March 2019 and 23:59 BST 19 March 2019 inclusive for travel on selected dates as stated below.
a. USA & Canada holidays
i. New York holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and a minimum of four nights at the four-star Holiday Inn Manhattan Financial District DoubleTree by Hilton accommodation, travelling between 3-31 January 2020.
b. Florida holidays
i. Orlando holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick and a minimum of seven nights at the four-star Blue Heron Beach Resort accommodation, travelling between 3 November 2019 – 12 December 2019.
ii. Miami holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and a minimum of five nights at the four-star Tradewinds Apartment Hotel Miami Beach accommodation, travelling between 9-31 January 2020.
d. European city breaks
iii. Venice holidays – advertised price includes Club Europe return flights from London Gatwick and a minimum of three nights at the four-star Hotel Admiral accommodation, travelling between 1-27 May 2019.
iv. Prague holidays – advertised price includes Club Europe return flights from London Heathrow and a minimum of three nights at the four-star Duo accommodation with breakfast, travelling between 1-30 July 2019.
e. Africa holidays
i. Cape Town holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and a minimum of seven nights at the five-star Hilton Cape Town City Center accommodation, travelling between 1-30 June 2019.
f. Far flung beach holidays
iii. Cancun holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick and a minimum of seven nights at the four-star Allegro Playacar accommodation with All Inclusive board basis, travelling between 1-30 September 2019.
iv. Mauritius holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Gatwick and a minimum of seven nights at the four-star Le Meridien lle Maurice- Mauritius accommodation with Half Board board basis, travelling between 1-30 June 2019.
h. Middle East & India holidays
i. Dubai holidays – advertised price includes Club World return flights from London Heathrow and a minimum of seven nights at the four-star Hilton Garden Inn Mall of the Emirates accommodation, travelling between 1-31 August 2019.
Holiday package amendment and cancellation fees vary and are set-out at the time of booking. Package holiday prices (flight + hotel or flight + car) prices are updated every 24 to 48 hours and are accurate when published and may vary upon reaching subsequent pages. Availability may be extremely limited particularly during peak periods. British Airways Holidays standard terms and conditions and conditions of carriage apply, please refer to www.ba.com. Alternative holidays, destinations and travel periods are available on ba.com but may not be available at a promotional price.To book Holiday Packages, you are invited to use the “Flight + Hotel” or “Flight + Car” search option on ba.com. Hotels or cars added to flights after a flight has been booked will not be eligible. Holiday Packages are protected under British Airways Holidays Ltd by the Civil Aviation Authority. BA’s ATOL number is 5985.

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Hungry Indian Catering Singapore

Type: Offer Category: Food & Beverages Price: Contact advertiser Hungry Indian Catering Singapore Advertiser: Hungry Indian Catering Location: 246 MacPherson Rd Posted: Mar 14, 2019 11:07:51 AM Hits: 73 Ref: SGC136325 Hungry Indian Catering! Offering astounding Catering services in Singapore which are prominent in its best Indian cuisine. We bring all kinds of delicious Indian catering to ensure the wonderful success of your party. Hungry Indian catering will inject a new life into the Indian and international catering market, leveraging chef culinary skills to develop creative new catering options in a healthier way. Our Chef’s advanced skills and cooking method will enable us to deliver healthier food. Appetizing food with an attractive aroma of the foodstuff and perfect hygiene factor is our priority. Our passion is to provide high-quality service as per the customer’s desire. Great food is something we offer. Run by a team with 10 years of catering experience, you will be guided throughout from ordering until you receive the food. With us, you don’t have to fret about the budget concern because our catering services are so cost effective. We specialize in providing a great catering experience for home events, corporate events, bento sets, veg, and non-veg wedding buffets or any other auspicious occasion We have a huge variety in Indian cuisine like North Indian Catering, South Indian Catering, Vegetarian catering, Bento Sets, and High Tea catering; choose the catering according to your desire with the minimal price range. We use healthier ingredients, cooking oil and preparation methods, thus bringing a healthier meal with great taste as well. Our top priority in this firm is food quality, customer service, and healthier options. Relish delicious Indian cuisine and make your guest so pleased! Ring us and we bring you the best.

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Enjoying The Finest Asian Food Denver CO

Thursday, 14 March 2019 Enjoying The Finest Asian Food Denver CO By Susan Anderson Asia is a diverse continent. It is a continent of many variables. There are many unique sights and sounds in Asia. The real definition of Asia is embodied by Asian food Denver CO . This food has adventure in its soul. Tasting an Asian meal is an experience of a lifetime. This kind of delicacy will leave a person with a memorable experience. Eating should be an experience. It is an experience that is best enjoyed in a social setting. Eating must never be a mechanical affair. One needs to enjoy every bit of the eating experience. Doing so will unlock a better life. Visiting Asia is not a luxury. It is a basic need. Visiting Asia should be in the bucket list of everyone who loves the fine things of the present day world. As a matter of fact, life has not been lived to the full unless one has had the opportunity to visit Asia. While in Asia, one will enjoy the most sumptuous meals. One does not have to visit Asia so that to be able to enjoy an Asian dish. The whole affair can be done in the United States of America as well as in any other country. While in Denver, Colorado, one will be able to enjoy oriental as well as Indian dishes. Actually, Denver is a very cosmopolitan city. The choice of restaurant matters. It will determine whether a person will end up with a memorable experience or he will end up with a bad taste in the mouth. Not all restaurants in Denver are the same. Of course, there are restaurants that have a good reputation and there are also those that have a bad reputation. The ultimate choice should be a five star restaurant that has a track record of delivering the finest meals. In any city, there are restaurants that stand out of the pack and then there are those that have a reputation of mediocrity. The last thing that a sophisticated person in Colorado will want is a mediocre restaurant in Denver. Rice is the most popular food in Asia. As a matter of fact, it is a staple food in Asia. Rice is easily available in this continent. The largest producers of rice in the world include China, Malaysia, and India. Some of this rice is exported while a good percentage is normally consumed locally. Rice is grown in marshy locations. Rice is a versatile food. It can be taken at any time of the day. In addition, it can easily fit in well with most foods. A mixture of rice and beef will be an amazing one. Rice can also be mixed with chicken and a host of other ingredients. Rice can be taken for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The oldest continent on earth is Asia. As a matter of fact, civilization started in Asia. That is the plain truth. It is the ultimate reality that many historians readily accept. People of Asia have contributed in almost every major field including sciences, technology, engineering, math, and also cuisine. Oriental foods are ranked the best in the world. They are in a class of their own. About the Author: When you are looking for information about Asian food Denver CO residents can visit our web pages online today. More details are available at http://www.thaimonkeyclubdenver.com/stir-fried now. Posted by

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Scooby-Doo said: ↑ I have been to Philly 20+ times. I’ve eaten at local joints, commercial, you name it. Dalessandros, Zahav, Amadas, etc. My line of work requires a lot of travel and entertaining clients. I have a residence in Indy and Phoenix (Cave Creek). I actually don’t have a big issue with the city of Philly. However, in all my travels, I have ran into more douchebags in Philly than anywhere else. LA is a close second. There is some great cuisine in Philly for sure, but there are some real gems in Phoenix.
Ever been to Famous 48 in oldtown. Phenomenal.
You want some of the best deep dish around? Check out Lou Malnatis. It puts Chicago deep dist to shame.
Twisted Grove down by the Biltmore is amazing.
Philly and Phoenix are pretty much the exact same population. Philly has a lot more history. But Phoenix is just better for several reasons. Phoenix or San Diego is where I will retire.
Philly is a place to visit. Phoenix is a place to live.
Again, where do you live? Click to expand… That’s why I asked where you lived. I said earlier in Arcadia near Camelback Mnt. I’m not a deep dish guy at all but I’ll try Famous 48. Thanks for the tip. SD does trump Phoenix because those 120 degree summer days are difficult.
My Dad used to take me to Dallesandros back in the mid 70’s. You know your Philly food! One thing I miss about Philly that I was just talking to my Phoenix friend about is how I miss eating and walking. People don’t do that around here because we drive everywhere. Try Rita’s water ice on 48th st and Indian School. Classic Philly food for you right there (get the black cherry!)
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