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A photo posted by Desi Galli (@desigalli) on Sep 20, 2016 at 3:23am PDT
You can't fight the kathi roll.
"Quick-serve" is becoming one of those phrases that make me flinch, you know, the way a lot of people are about "moist." Not blaming you for using, it Grieve, I know it's the industry term, but something about it makes me really agitated and wantin' to punch things. Quick-serve, quick-serve arrrrgh *Hulk smash*
I think quick serve is code for "immediately back to Pokemon Go, Bro"...
This little place is really good, staff very friendly. The samosa chaat is the right size if you're hungry but don't want a giant meal. I hope they get enough foot traffic to keep going, it's a nice addition to the neighborhood.
There are a couple of actual beers in the photo, but that Copa stuff...I don't know what it is, exactly, but "wine" is stretching it.
I LOVE the food here. We order it once a week at least. Great food for not that much money. I'm excited they are getting beer. Cheers to them!!!
But it'll kill the quick serve concept, because once people start drinking, they wont leave,But I agree, the best Chat this side of Queens.
First - and only - time I went in there I explained I didn't like spicy food and asked if they could make my order a little on the milder side. You would have thought I'd asked them for their firstborn. They grudgingly made me something but it still burned, so I'll pass from now on.
2:12 : You have no business eating Indian food.
Anon. 3:45 - Who died and made you God? Not all Indian food is hot, not all of it has to be so spicy it causes physical pain (which is what happens when I try to eat the hot stuff), and you don't get to play holier-than-thou with someone who just wanted to try something new but not wind up crying at the table. Just mind your own damn business.
Something about Indian food makes people want to fight.
@ 6:09 pm: I've had there lamb curry several times and it does not have a lot of heat by Indian food standards. They are not going to make the curry sauce from scratch For each order so they can't remove any spices. They could probably name it spicier with some cayenne pepper...I don't know what you ordered but you seem to assume that adjustments were easy and they were being difficult. Could it be your expectations were not reasonsble?
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