Hours: 11.30am – 11.30pm
I’ll leave that hanging there as a clue for those of you who dare to venture where I and a few of my friends have ventured. As one of my friends said when I was justifying my lack of research and apologising for not knowing where the hell it was “Its all part of our adventure, it makes it more memorable” and you know she’s right, thats exactly what I would have said if it was someone other than me in that predicament.
Now for the delicacies I sampled:
Chilli Chicken – A good punch in the mouth hit with gorgeous afterburn.
Malai Chicken – Fabulous subtle unique taste, no lingering burn just fond memories of garlic, ginger and coriander dancing on the tongue.
Guest feedback that I heard as we stood in line to pay:
- “I am defiantly coming back here”
- “Can you book this again?”
- “I love this food”
- “The portions are huge”
- “I ordered two small plates but I only needed one”
And now for the naughty bits!
So I was sitting there finishing off my meal and I overheard one of my female dining friends say to another diner “how’s your shank?” which I thought was very forward (and brave) to proposition / hit on a guy much younger than herself let alone in a group dining situation!
So me! being me! and not able to resist, I said “Thats very forward of you to enquire about his shank” which was met with of course a rather perplexed look from the lady in question, then I realised all to late she was referring to the lamb shank he had just eaten.
At one point I was drawn to some loud banter and laughing from the other end of the table, obviously I tuned in.
A lady was describing, (only partially) a mile high experience she had recently on a flight, but she was being coy and failed to complete the encounter to the degree of detail the drooling pack she had attracted were hungering for.
Now to be clear this is the last person in that group I would have expected to be telling, or should I say alluding too, and I say alluding too! as there was a severe drought of detail provided, regarding her engagement in such a delightful mile high activity.
Needless to say the extraction of sordid detail was not forthcoming to the disappointment of the drooling pack, even as we drove away from the restaurant there was continued complaints about the lack of sordid detail.
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