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Spicy Lunch

I am just a semi-fan of spicy food. I like it on certain days that I have cravings but I don't really like my food extra spicy. In my opinion, it's nice that in a way it excites my tastebuds but I don't like the aftertaste and sometimes I feel that it numbs my mouth. Or maybe that's just all psychological. Haha!

Anyway, one Friday lunchtime, which is supposedly lunch-out day for most of us, we chose to fill our tummies with Indian Cuisine. So off to New Bombay we went which is conveniently just across the street from our office building.


Food:

Chicken Kheema (Keema) Hyderabadi - Minced Chicken Meat, Spinach, Green Curry.



Butter Tandoori Naan - Indian flat bread made from wheat and baked in a tandoor (clay oven)


The chicken dish was too spicy for me because we ordered it 'Medium' hot style. You'll be asked whether you like it Spicy, Medium or Mild. We should have said 'mild'. Oh well, until our next spicy lunch date. :)


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Rico said…
I'm not a fan of Indian food too, but that's because I have yet to try. We're currently into Korean nowadays.
witsandnuts said…
You went to New Bombay at The Columns? I liked their chicken tandoori and masala. The kulfe (Indian ice cream) is nice, too. I like spicy food but not necessarily Indian cuisine.
witsandnuts said…
You went to New Bombay at The Columns? I liked their chicken tandoori and masala. The kulfe (Indian ice cream) is nice, too. I like spicy food but not necessarily Indian cuisine.
leydi said…
I like new bombay! the food's too malasa though, we ate there for lunch once... pero until dinner yung burp ko lasang indian food pa rin! haha!
princess_dyanie said…
im not into spicy food kasi allergic ako dun hehe. sa columns to noh? haha! namiss ko tuloy ang rcbc!
kg said…
i've never tasted indian food. wonder what it's like...
Cza said…
@princess_dyaning - ay bakit? wala ka na ba sa RCBC?
Cza said…
@Rico - ooooh Korean.. napacrave naman ako bigla din. ;D
ALiNe said…
Try nyo minsan swagat Cza
Calvin said…
just dropping by din. nice site you got here. malinis ang layout. will add it to my google reader ok?
Cza said…
@Calvin - Sure! :) I'll add you to my links as well. Thanks for visiting :)
Cza said…
@leydi - haha! agree ako sa aftertaste.. buong araw akong nagbuburp na lasang curry ata. :))
Cza said…
@kg - go give it a try.. I'm warning you about the aftertaste though. :D Tlagang lasang-lasa mo sya the whole day :D
traveltalks said…
Hi,

Even I can't stand much spicy food but I'm fine with having it once or twice. I guess my tastebuds need this once in a while charge-up!!

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