As in Indian tradition, desserts were served first. Laddu, more than double the size of meat ball, this was fresh and succulent.
Whenever I eat Pringles or Lays, I feel some bad taste or rather dry sensation after eating. But, these hand cooked potato chips were excellent that too garnished with salt, pepper and curry leaves, it was divine.
Here in Malaysia, curry puff is common and Samosa is its original cousin from India:) This samosa had the traditional spicy potato filling.
Laddu, varuval and samosa, are the starters and needless to say they are loaded with my enemy, aka, CALORIES! Well, since they are my enemies, I attacked them with a vengeance^^
The main course, vegetable biriyani...
Traditional side dish - onion raitha, (onion salad in yogurt). There was vegetable kurma for vegetarians like me. But for the rest, chicken was served.
The best part in this shot is my reflection on the ladle:)
Chicken 65, no one knows the real reason for this naming convention, but it is supposed to be a deep fried boneless chicken marinated with spices and yogurt.
Though I cringe at these non-veg dishes, I snapped these because of the vibrant color.
After eating the sweet, spicy, sour and oily stuff, water melon was very soothing. Thanks Kavitha!