Lamb Côtelettes, beetroot, labneh and pickled nut
Miss Mary’s Chicken Tikka Masala w caramélisés tomato sauce and chef’s spices
Salmon marinated in maple syrup. Sea asparagus, curry yoghurt and crème de cardamom
Naan, plain and garlic herb
Poulet fermier marinade Old Delhi with fried red onions and herbes
Yes, Dahlinks, this was our Indian dinner a napkin’s throw from style trendie Ria Aougusti. We were at a petit side street from banker’s row in prestigious Paris!
And we were so excited from the thought of eating Indian. Despite its new, flashy ground floor, we were escorted to a floor above with rose painted walls and Cartier red trimmings and arches. I was completely transported to Kathmandu!
The food turned out marvelously Old Delhi deliciously chic. Smoke puffed out upon presentation of our salmon dish. Ambience, that’s what I’m pointing out today to you, mga palanggâ.
That’s an extra add-on in the tourism industry of the Philippines. No one can party and pout as well as we do, and God bless the child that’s got his own, that’s got his own – as the phrasing of the song goes.
We have not received the spirit of the world but the Spirit who is from God, that we may understand what God has freely given us. 1 Corinthians 2:12, NIV*