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User currently offlineHAWK21M From India, joined Jan 2001, 31684 posts, RR: 56
Posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 5496 times:

Inspired by comorin post on the Vada Pav.....Its high time we folks discussed the best foods out there.

Too bad Im working on those abs so I restrict myself from eating some of the fantastic foods around in Mumbai.But I enjoy talking about them.

To start the famous chicken tikka, seekh kabab, masala dosa, vada pav, pav bhaji, chicken bhuna rice, Chicken Biryani......add to it the drinks like Falooda,chaas & laasi.....




Great place to be in Mumbai ......Fantastic Music....FantasticFood........


Think of the brighter side!
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User currently offlinelszb From Switzerland, joined Jun 2009, 30 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 5457 times:

Last weekend i cooked an awesome meal....one course was lobster...it was simply delicious!



User currently offlinefalstaff From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 6105 posts, RR: 29
Reply 2, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 5450 times:
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Quoting lszb (Reply 1):
one course was lobster...it was simply delicious!

That is one of my all time favorite meals. Crab is a close second.



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User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 3, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 5417 times:

I wish I hadn't opened this thread - I am soooo hungry now!  


I love to eat and drink but slowly drifting to vegetarianism with age...

In NYC, because of the population density (like Mumbai) we are able to get a lot of tasty food without spending a fortune. You can get really good Indian foods at lunchtime buffets (about $10). Roadside foods include trucks that serve some pretty fancy food.

NY is also famous for its delis. where you can get heart-attack sized sandwiches - corned beef, pastrami and of course a grilled Rueben. My personal favorite is the Carnegie Deli.







User currently offlinedesertjets From United States of America, joined Feb 2000, 7780 posts, RR: 16
Reply 4, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 5414 times:

Now I really want Indian food. And a corned beef sandwich.

Seriously that chicken looks soooo good. But today is a cool, cloudy day and I am craving some green chile stew -- made with New Mexico grown green chile.



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User currently offlineHAWK21M From India, joined Jan 2001, 31684 posts, RR: 56
Reply 5, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 5410 times:

Today I had a Chicken Tikka + Tandoori roti accompanied by some fantastic chaas.....Being a Public holiday out here on Thursday.....Made the occassion all the more Enjoyable......


Think of the brighter side!
User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 6, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 5406 times:

Quoting desertjets (Reply 4):
I am craving some green chile stew

I love that too! There was a restaurant in Greenwich Village called the Manhattan Chili Co that had the best food.

Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 5):
by some fantastic chaas.

What exactly is Chaas?


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 7, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 5395 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 3):
You can get really good Indian foods at lunchtime buffets (about $10).

I don't mean to be contentious, but I've found that any Indian food I've ever eaten in the US has been bland and uninteresting and totally unrepresentative of how good Indian food can be. Maybe I've not eaten at the right places, but I've eaten at various Indian restaurants in Boston and NYC, and don't get me started on the Indian buffet that my cousin took me to in Winston-Salem, NC! She thought it was amazing, but looked at me in horror when I had to drown the food in salt in an attempt to get some flavour from it!

There was also the time when my aunt, uncle and another cousin were visiting us from North Carolina and we took them to a local Indian restaurant. My cousin insisted on ordering a Vindaloo - despite our warnings she said that it was fine as she ate it all the time at home. She ate one mouthful, started sweating, went bright red and decided that she should have listened to our advice!

On the flip side of that, I've eaten at some amazing Mexican restaurants in the US, but have yet to have a decent Mexican meal in the UK!

At the moment I'm living near Slough in Berkshire, a town that has quite a large Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi population. I recently discovered what I can only describe as a "food van" under a flyover behind the main shopping street that does the most amazing South Indian food! I ordered a set meal that involved a couple of Idlis, followed by a Masala Dosa...it was the biggest and tastiest Masala Dosa I've ever had and was at least 18 inches across! All washed down with a freshly-made mango lassi (well, as fresh as it can be in a country where mangoes don't usually grow), it was perfect.



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User currently offlinepnqiad From India, joined May 2006, 586 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 5387 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 6):
What exactly is Chaas?

Indian buttermilk. Yogurt is churned to remove the butter and what remains is chaas. Add some salt to taste and a cool refreshing drink is ready. Sometimes flavored with ginger/green chili or with black salt or a thousand other ways.


User currently offlinesea2sky From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 5387 times:

SEAFOOD! Seafood is never given enough credit!! So many types, styles, and tastes! Plus it gives me another reason to eat butter and garlic  


There is a dish I had in Croatia, they use the squids ink... I think that is my number one!! But all food is delicious!

k


User currently offline777way From Pakistan, joined Dec 2005, 5735 posts, RR: 4
Reply 10, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 5386 times:

Quoting BAViscount (Reply 7):
I don't mean to be contentious, but I've found that any Indian food I've ever eaten in the US has been bland and uninteresting and totally unrepresentative of how good Indian food can be. Maybe I've not eaten at the right places, but I've eaten at various Indian restaurants in Boston and NYC, and don't get me started on the Indian buffet that my cousin took me to in Winston-Salem, NC! She thought it was amazing, but looked at me in horror when I had to drown the food in salt in an attempt to get some flavour from it!

Thats been my expeience as well with South Indian cuisine in Dubai, very disappointing, I expected spicy, tangy stuff but it turned out bland, under salted and with a sweetish tinge, and we used to eat at cafe's catering to low income groups so the food should have been tastier but it wasnt.

Hyderabadi stuff is really tasty.

Quoting comorin (Reply 6):

What exactly is Chaas?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaas


User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 11, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 5370 times:

Quoting BAViscount (Reply 7):
I don't mean to be contentious, but I've found that any Indian food I've ever eaten in the US has been bland and uninteresting and totally unrepresentative of how good Indian food can be.

If you ever head to NYC again let me know I'll give you the lowdown!

Quoting BAViscount (Reply 7):
I ordered a set meal that involved a couple of Idlis, followed by a Masala Dosa...it was the biggest and tastiest Masala Dosa I've ever had

Yum! Hope you had the coconut chutney as accompaniment. You HAVE to wash it down with Madras Coffee for the perfect aftertaste.

btw Mango Lassi is made from canned Alfonso Mango pulp which tastes great and works better than using fresh mangoes.

Quoting pnqiad (Reply 8):

Thanks.

Quoting 777way (Reply 10):
Thats been my expeience as well with South Indian cuisine in Dubai, very disappointing, I expected spicy, tangy stuff but it turned out bland, under salted and with a sweetish tinge, and we used to eat at cafe's catering to low income groups so the food should have been tastier but it wasnt.

Hyderabadi stuff is really tasty.

You have two very different cuisines going on there. There is the Hyderabi Nawabi cuisine (Biryani), Udipi Vegetarian cuisine (Idlis, Dosas), Chettinad Non-Veg cuisine from around Chennai, and Malayali Coconut based stuff (Avial, Molee etc). They are all delicious.

When I move to Dubai I will ferret out the best places from the cabbies. There MUST be some great spots there!


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 12, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 5368 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 11):
If you ever head to NYC again let me know I'll give you the lowdown!

Oh I will!

Quoting comorin (Reply 11):
Yum! Hope you had the coconut chutney as accompaniment. You HAVE to wash it down with Madras Coffee for the perfect aftertaste.

Coconut chutney, sambar, the whole nine yards! Unfortunately they didn't offer Madras Coffee, so I had to make do with the mango lassi.

I know of a restaurant in South London that sells a six foot family-sized Masala Dosa (how they cook it I have no idea...must have a huge kitchen!). I've often thought about starving for a week or so and going there for a treat, but I don't think I could cope with the strange looks I'd probably get!! 



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User currently offlineHAWK21M From India, joined Jan 2001, 31684 posts, RR: 56
Reply 13, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 21 hours ago) and read 5335 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 6):

What exactly is Chaas?



Another good dish is the Pani puri. very light snack.

Out here there is an Annual contest for the best Panipuri/Pav Bhaji/Vada Pav in Mumbai.......Great occassion.



Think of the brighter side!
User currently offlineRabenschlag From Germany, joined Oct 2000, 1007 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 5301 times:

Quoting BAViscount (Reply 7):
I don't mean to be contentious, but I've found that any Indian food I've ever eaten in the US has been bland and uninteresting and totally unrepresentative of how good Indian food can be. Maybe I've not eaten at the right places, but I've eaten at various Indian restaurants in Boston and NYC, and don't get me started on the Indian buffet that my cousin took me to in Winston-Salem, NC! She thought it was amazing, but looked at me in horror when I had to drown the food in salt in an attempt to get some flavour from it!

I always had the impression that Americans generally use way less salt than other groups of people. Maybe that reflects greater concerns for health. So, during my first weeks living in the US, I generally felt that the food was a bit bland (but often hotter and more garlic-laden than in Europe). Additionally, while living in the US, I felt that produce and meat often were less flavorful than in Europe - for whatever reason.


User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 15, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 5278 times:

Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 14):
I always had the impression that Americans generally use way less salt than other groups of people. Maybe that reflects greater concerns for health. So, during my first weeks living in the US, I generally felt that the food was a bit bland (but often hotter and more garlic-laden than in Europe). Additionally, while living in the US, I felt that produce and meat often were less flavorful than in Europe - for whatever reason.

  

American meals are less salted, but there's tons of salt in snacks which are consumed all day  

You are right about garlic too, I think it comes from the Italian side of the immigrant history - just a guess.

As for less flavorful, it's changing. As a land of immigrants, there is a short memory of taste - accelerated by fast foods and packaging convenience from the 50's. All that is changing now, as local sourcing and freshness are in the forefront of a culinary revolution. Presently, however, Europeans still have the tastiest bread, eggs, juices and so on. On the other hands, arguably, nothing like a American steak or Maine lobster!


User currently offlineMD-90 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 8507 posts, RR: 12
Reply 16, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 5260 times:

Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 14):
Additionally, while living in the US, I felt that produce and meat often were less flavorful than in Europe - for whatever reason.

I agree. Our cows/chickens/etc are fed far too much corn and soy (instead of being properly pastured) and our fruits and vegetables in grocery stores tend to be industrially farmed to stay fresh longer at the expense of quality. Americans in general have a tendency to accept crappy quality food because it's more difficult (and more expensive) here to get good quality food from famers markets, direct from farmers themselves, and from boutique places like Whole Foods.

We do have very good seafood, though.


User currently offlineRabenschlag From Germany, joined Oct 2000, 1007 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 5258 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 15):
On the other hands, arguably, nothing like a American steak or Maine lobster!
Quoting MD-90 (Reply 16):
We do have very good seafood, though.

Indeed! You may also add anything that comes from a BBQ smoker. This delicious form of cooking is mostly unknown in my country, and I miss it so much. Pulled pork sandwiches, babyback ribs - yum!


User currently offlineJJJ From Spain, joined May 2006, 1855 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 14 hours ago) and read 5250 times:

Quoting MD-90 (Reply 16):
We do have very good seafood, though.

And bacon, no country does bacon like the US 


User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 19, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 5235 times:

Quoting JJJ (Reply 18):
And bacon, no country does bacon like the US

I prefer the bacon rashers you get in the UK, but if you like your Bacon crispy then the US is the place.


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 20, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 5228 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 19):
I prefer the bacon rashers you get in the UK, but if you like your Bacon crispy then the US is the place.

Ahhhhh...you can't beat a few crispy bacon rashers (UK style) between two slices of fresh crusty bread with lashings of ketchup! The good old British 'Bacon Butty'! 



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User currently offlinecomorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 5217 times:

By the way, things are getting nutty in the US too with the food police. Order roast chicken for dinner? You have to check if it is locally sourced, how it is fed, exercise details and if it was humanely treated. By this time, you might as well ask for the bird's name and if it came from a happy family.

User currently offlinebaguy From Australia, joined Mar 2006, 546 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 5192 times:

Pastéis de nata are the most heavenly things on the planet. One of those and a galão and I'm set up for the day!  

BAguy


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 23, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 5167 times:

Quoting comorin (Reply 21):
You have to check if it is locally sourced, how it is fed, exercise details and if it was humanely treated. By this time, you might as well ask for the bird's name and if it came from a happy family.

Same here! Last year I went into a country pub with a good friend of mine and, as usual, she took ages to decide what she wanted to order from the lunch menu. Eventually she decided to order the pork sausages, but proceeded to ask the barmaid the provenance of the pigs that went to make those sausages before she would confirm her order. Of course the barmaid had no idea, but "pretended" to go ask the chef...who probably had no idea either, but eventually she ordered the sausages.

She later asked me if she had gone too far. "Errrr...yeah!" was my honest response!



Ladies & gentlemen this is Captain Tobias Wilcock welcoming you aboard Coconut Airways flight 372 to Bridgetown Barb
User currently offlineMD-90 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 8507 posts, RR: 12
Reply 24, posted (2 years 11 months 4 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 5148 times:

Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 17):
Indeed! You may also add anything that comes from a BBQ smoker. This delicious form of cooking is mostly unknown in my country, and I miss it so much. Pulled pork sandwiches, babyback ribs - yum!

I've lived in Alabama and Mississippi for most of my life and I know the excellence of which you speak.


25 Post contains links RGElectra80 : I could go for some chicken wings right now. I've actually been wanting good wings for a couple of weeks. Not the Pizza Hut type wings, but good wings
26 WarRI1 : I have never forgotten the Bacon in London, I ate a bacon sandwich every morning while I was there. It was a small place off Trafalger Square.
27 scarletharlot : I am not that experienced with Indian food, but the best I have ever had was in Wokingham at the Tamarind Tree. So much better than anything I have h
28 Post contains images HAWK21M : Then theres always the south Indian variety that gets prepared almost in a jiffy & served real quick. Namely....The Masala dosa,idli,Meduvada &am
29 Post contains images comorin : Great pics! Out here many people assume all Indian food is Mughlai and have not cultivated a taste for South Indian food. I think I will retire in In
30 HAWK21M : I always believe food & music are the excellent points of India. There are so many varieties. Most excellent to taste.
31 kiwiinoz : Indian food is up near the top of my list. I travel for work a lot and am usually looked after well by the locals. They know me well enough to avoid f
32 Post contains images HAWK21M : The Good old home cooked Batata Bhaji
33 Post contains images Springbok747 : Ahh..HAWK..stop posting those yummy pictures..I'm sitting here craving Indian food (most of the Indian restaurants here are crap..I'll need to drive t
34 KiwiRob : Unless you've eaten Argentinian, Brazilian or Kazakhstani beef, then you'd realise American steak is just average, no better than what you'd get in E
35 kiwiinoz : Agree. Haven't tried Kazak but in my experience it is Argentinian all the way. Meat quality and also the quality of cooking expertise
36 Post contains images comorin : That was Bombay Palace...a good choice! Too late. The genie is out of the bottle! The secret word was 'Vada Pav'. Horses for courses I have had Brazi
37 Post contains images HAWK21M : The Genie sure is out .......The Bombardment continues.......The Aim is to get most readers to the nearest Indian restraunt in town. Chicken Seekh ka
38 Post contains images luckyone : I will never be able to enjoy steak again after a visit to Buenos Aires! Unless of course I return, but hey, I paid my US$140 for that ten year entry
39 MD11Engineer : Sounds like Turkish Ayran. Very refreshing. Jan
40 Avianca : well you would also enjoy steak in Montevideo..., also Brazilian and Paraguyan is great, or from Colombia... Generally the best beef around the world
41 Post contains images JJJ : I love the British thing, but that's not bacon to me, but loin. My fav pork loin product are lomo embuchado, either fresh or cured.
42 Post contains images HAWK21M : The lightest snack ever......The Pani puri.
43 777way : I thought in India its called Gol Guppay no? BTW does Jeera Jal taste like pani puri water?
44 comorin : you are right - In Delhi it would be called Gol Guppa and in Bombay it would be Pani Puri.
45 KiwiRob : Ever been to Denmark, they do some pretty impressive things with bacon.
46 Post contains images Fly2HMO : May as well go to Mexico then because I think much worse things of "Mexican" restaurants in the US than what you think of Indian ones. Suffice to say
47 Post contains images comorin : Mexican food was a fore runner of Indian food. Thanks to Columbus and the Conquistadors, India landed up with chilies, tomatoes, potatoes and so on.
48 Post contains images JJJ : Scandinavia is one of the few remaining dark spots in my world travel map. Care to share a few Danish bacon delicacies?
49 RGElectra80 : Is it "Mexican" because they're Tex-Mex or Cal-Mex? There's a difference there that I hope you're recognizing. I remember going to a Scandinavian Fai
50 Post contains images HAWK21M : As Mentioned in the North its called Gol Guppa & in the West its called Pani puri. India is a vast country,with Different religons,climate,terrai
51 Airstud : Ya know what's an excellent food, is pancakes.
52 Post contains images HAWK21M : Tandoori Chicken.
53 KiwiRob : Well don't go to Norway, it's the blackest of black spots where food is concerned, here the eat because they have to, there is no joy in Norwegian fo
54 777way : One of my favourite dish is the very simple spaghetti with garlic flavoured olive oil (it also has red chili flakes and a pinch of salt) spaghetti ale
55 Post contains images HAWK21M : Another light snack....The Ragda Pattice
56 777way : That looks like mixed plate in Karachi, its a mix of chollay, allo ki chaat and dahi baray, topped with sweet and sour chuntnies, this version lacks t
57 Post contains images Fly2HMO : Yes I'm not that dense. I avoid tex-mex places like the plague. A lot of "Mexican" joints don't even know the difference themselves and call themselv
58 777way : Also lots of fresh corrainder and mint leaves.
59 Post contains images HAWK21M : Thali Kulfi Falooda
60 Bongodog1964 : One of my greatest food disapointments occurred in Culver City. My wifes aunt said she was taking us to their local mexican restuarant - run by the o
61 Post contains images tz757300 : Personally, I love a good paella and some great BBQ. Hmmm, maybe I'll make a BBQ paella at home?
62 Post contains links and images KiwiRob : Bacon butty, simple and the beat breakfast a man can have.
63 777way : What prevents Lamb or other meats to be used for stuff like Proscuito, Bacon and similar things that are made from Pork?
64 JJJ : Nothing, it's just that they're traditionally pork products and their taste is associated with pork, there's thousands of years of tradition and tria
65 Post contains links and images HAWK21M : The Huge paper Dosa......
66 777way : We had beef bacon here at a franchise branch of TGIF, now closed, in Karachi, its was quite nice for those of us who cant try the real thing.
67 KiwiRob : Just eat it anyway, it's not going to kill you, it tastes really really good, none of the alternatives like turkey, chicken or beef bacon even come c
68 Post contains images Springbok747 : Yes..it was the Bombay Palace. The food was good..yumm! Ooooh..I suddenly have a craving for that sandwich and some Indian food. Dammit..can't have e
69 777way : Its complicated you cant pray for 40 days, even if you do they arent accepted, so a waste of effort, same rule applies for drinking and any type of fo
70 Post contains images HAWK21M : The Famous Pav Bhaji.
71 JJJ : Reading stuff like this I thank *insert supernatural entity of your choice* that I'm not religious.
72 Post contains images HAWK21M : Had a fantastic Chicken Tikka with Tandoori Roti followed by a Kesar Falooda at "Tava" for dinner. excellent meal with the chutney,lime & Onions
73 Post contains images HAWK21M : Happy Diwali folks......Theres lots of sweets to be eaten by all.
74 Post contains images RobertNL070 : Or best pork sausages grilled, sliced lengthwise between said two slices of crusty bread with not lashings but some of tomato ketchup, Heinz of cours
75 BAViscount : Oh yes! When I was working in Amsterdam last year Indonesian food was my staple diet! There's a takeaway on Prinsengracht that I used to pass on the
76 Post contains images HAWK21M : The Baida roti is another popular meal.Can be of Chicken or Mutton variety.
77 corocks : I definitely agree. I have eaten steak all over the world and really like ours in the US. I find South American a very close second. I don't know why
78 HAWK21M : Have you tried the Chicken Tikka......
79 Post contains images HAWK21M : The Famous Mumbai Street Sandwich ......
80 LO231 : Vada bhaji rules! Rgds Piotr PS. Tomorrow I will have lunch at home cooking Indian veg food, all you can eat for 9 EUR !!!!!
81 HAWK21M : Try the Pav Bhaji & the Masala dosa......Drink the Lassi or Chaas.
82 Post contains links HAWK21M : 40 Best foods in Mumbai. http://www.cnngo.com/mumbai/eat/40-m...oods-we-cannot-live-without-974140
83 Post contains images HAWK21M : Best Foods from all over INDIA
84 777way : From the map it seems South Indian food is actually just that from TN, never heard of the stuff from surrounding states, why dont they just call it Ta
85 HAWK21M : I guess the name stuck as the idli/Dosa/vada were popular around the country.
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