Friday, October 19, 2007

Khansama Tandoori Village @ Science Park 1

Last Friday I was on leave, so colleagues came here, they say this place is not bad, so today the 3 that came last week became 5 of us. Yes, all Indian food lovers.

This place is a very interesting. You see lots of interesting deco. This is right at the door. There are more, but I did not take other photos.

All of us settled for set meals. There are 3 non veg and 3 veg ones.
I think you all can guess which ones we took.

This is how the set meals all arrived. It comes with rice and 1 naan, and 1 crispy crispy piece of I don't know what its called! haha..

This is the chicken set. The first bowl was the chicken curry, then the peas whatever that is really really yummy!

The next to it was the chickpeas curry. Next to it, the yoghurt thingy. On the most right, the dessert.

This is the mutton set.

This is the fish set that I had.

Last Friday, they ordered tandoori, so this week, we ordered something else. Sorry, can't remember the name of this. (will update it when I find out from colleague who ordered it).

But the chicken was good!

We also ordered an extra Mix Bread Basket, which consist of:
1 Plain Naan, 1 Garlic Naan, 1 cheese Naan 1 Butter Naan & 1 Tandoori Roti

As usual, just take a photo of the details, so you know where to go.

Their website lists out the full menu. We are thinking of going back again next Friday to try out more stuff. We were admiring other things that other tables ordered. haha...

(You might wonder why Friday? We usually go out for lunch in a group, but lots of people are clearing their annual leave slowly, and our "i no touch indian food" colleagues seems to be taking Fridays off till the end of the year. haha.... we happy, they also happy.)

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Momo said...

The chicken and the naan looks really good :) How much did each pay?

Keropok Man said...

I think it was 60 for 5 persons. Colleague treated us. We take turns to pay for meals. :-)

teckiee said...

hahahahahaha *laughs at your last paragraph in brackets*

june said...

that meal with the many small dishes and the side dessert's called a thali. usually they give butter chicken instead of fish. darn good it is. yum.

tigerfish said...

Wow! Love the full set of indian food! Yummy!

Ming the Merciless said...

Love Indian food in winter, when it's freezing cold outside, and warm & spicy inside. :-)

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