Sunday, March 29, 2009

North Indian Cuisine


I took pictures of these pretty pink daises when we went to Berkeley today. It was a beautiful sight to behold.


Posing with daisies while waiting for our friend, Darrell.


We had lunch at India Palace Restaurant along University Avenue. It's one of our favorite restaurant. The place has a relaxing air, its walls adorned with bold and colorful paintings depicting village life in India. I would wholeheartedly recommend it to those who love Indian food and living in the east bay.


That's my plate. Can you tell I was very hungry? (hehehesengihnampakgigi) Their tandoori chicken is moist and delicious. Their lamb curry is so tender and juicy too. Talking about it makes me want to go back right this minute. lapar


There's a huge Lord Ganesh at the entrance. It's about 4 feet in height. He is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles in India. He is also believed to bring prosperity in homes and businesses.

18 comments:

  1. Mm...love Indian food. Do you have a favorite place in the city?

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  2. The Indian food looks delicious! And beautiful, beautiful flowers. Reminds me how ready I am for spring!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

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  3. I've never had Indian food, but that lamb curry sounds delicious.

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  4. Shey, I thought of posting a picture of the peanut butter sandwich I had for lunch, but now you've gone and set a standard ....

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  5. Loving these colors! Food looks pretty good too:)

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  6. the bay must be a beautiful place to live, very diverse. the food pictures do make you drool.........your pic is good too....heehee. take care and happy trails, jack c

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  7. @ Cuilean: Yes! You can try Naan-N-Curry or
    Gaylord's.

    @ Janna: Yes that's why I love spring, it's one of the nicest season in the year because of the blooms.

    @ Digital Fortress: It's so yummy. I hope you'll try some soon.

    @ Fran: I LOVE peanut buuter on just anything (esp. with , so go ahead and post your lunch! YUM!

    @ ghostposts: Thanks!

    @ Carla: It's so vibrant, isn't it?

    @jackc50: That's what I love here, the diversity. It's like all the nations crammed in one place.

    Thanks guys! :)

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  8. Do they serve dosas? If they they do I'm sure I've eaten there a few times. Unless I'm thinking of another place on University...

    Either way, I'm incredibly hungry and all I've had for dinner was salt & vinegar potato chips and a glass of Merlot.

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  9. Ahhh, you make me miss the Bay area.

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  10. i like the daisies! now lang ako nakakita ng purplish daisies. :)

    i'm not a big fan of indian food, maybe because some are just too spicey for my taste. but those photos really makes me want to try it again. :) Here in manila, i eat this cuisine in Bollywood in greenbelt. i like the ambiance and the music.

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  11. Hi Shey, found you via jackc - and I'm glad I did! I love Indian food and your meal looks delicious! And I can only vaguely remember what it was like to sit in the sunshine, wearing sunglasses!! Hopefully those days will be back very, very soon. Warm wishes to you from Suffolk, England, Vxx

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  12. I LOVE Indian food. Mmm. :) If I'm ever in that area, I'll have to remember that place. :)

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  13. Thanks for following my blog!!

    I love Indian food, but MG doesn't like it so I never make it. However, I used to go to this place in Indianapolis that made Tandoori to die for! They always served it with saffron and raisin rice. Yummy.

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  14. @ A: I think they do. I always go for the Naan though. Maybe it's the same place you've been to! :)

    @ cmwheeler: :D Come for a visit!

    @ Reena: I know, I just discovered that marami palang klase ng diases dito. Ang gaganda nga, eh.

    Greenbelt! Palagi ako doon nagta-tambay dati ng mag work ako dyan for 2 years. Maganda ang landscaping nila at doon kami nag attend ng mass pag Sunday.

    @ Veronica: Hello! Nice to meet you through jackc. I love meeting new people through blogging. I'm hoping too that you'll get some sunshine soon .

    @ Heather: Yeah! You got to try it!

    @ Phoenix: You're welcome! My huby said that todoori chicken is a gift from the gods. hehehe.:D That's his way of saying he loves it.

    Thanks for visiting guys!

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  15. Pretty daisies indeed. I only see the plastic kinds, not the real ones LOL. In fact, I don't see flowers anymore!

    I like your outfit, so blue! :) I also love that painting on the restaurant. I love restaurants with interesting stuff to look at at the walls.

    I'm now gonna start following you and your escapades!

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