PGS: Legend of India


Chris got discounted vouchers to this place. It was an Indian eat all you can and though I was apprehensive at first because of the taste of Indian food, I decided that it was worth a try. Upon entering, this is what you will see.



It was very cozy ... the lights were dim and the ambiance was soothing and just right. It felt like a date place and not a group kind of thing but nonetheless, we had fun. Here's what I had for lunch ... a little bit of everything. And oz I'm super smart, I used the dessert metallic thing to hold the viands with different sauces. TADA!



The food was ... interesting. It was too much for me I guess. The mixture of the different flavors and sauces ... it was bit much. Sour, spicy, sweet, bland, it was all there. Still, I would say that it was worth a try. I don't regret trying it out because now, I can honestly say that I am not all crazy about Indian food.

However, these people, them I am crazy about.



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23 comments:

  1. Interesting. I've never tried Indian food yet. :)

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    1. You should give it a shot. Any cuisine is worth a shot.

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  2. I haven't tried Indian food yet. Hopefully I get the chance to give it a go soon :D Maghahanap nga lang muna ako ng food buddy 'cause the bf is not a fan of sour and spicy >.<

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  3. Interesting. Haven't tried any indian cuisine. Sila ba yung mahilig sa curry? or not?

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  4. I've tried Indian food in Brunei and like you it is not my thing :-(

    http://travel-on-a-shoe-string.blogspot.com/2012/01/ba-nois-fresh-flavors-of-vietnam.html

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  5. powerful din talaga ang sauces and flavors ng indian cuisine. I havent tried one thou-)

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  6. I love Indian food too! Sa Malaysia since one of their race is Indian they have so many Indian restaurant and very affordable! So spicy nga Lang my favorite js their roti.. ;-)

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    1. along Jupiter in Makati, 3 stores away from Music 21

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  8. I haven't tried Indian food ever. Can you say that this is a good place to start? :)

    :) Erika

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  9. I've tried Indian food a couple of times but I only like selected dishes like the roti and chicken tandoori.

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  10. me too i haven't tried indian food.. thanks for sharing this one..

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  11. Have tried some of the less exotic Indian dishes before but not yet from this place :)

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  12. now i miss indian food....

    Jinkee Umali of www.calamba-online.com and www.livelifefullest.com

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  13. pita bread where are you.. hehehe

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  14. Its been a long time since I tried indian food. I should visit one one of these days.

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  15. we had once an indian restaurant nearby, nung gusto ko na i-try lumipat naman sila. Yahweh bless.

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  16. I should really explore Indian cuisine! But I agree with you, good food is best shared with good company :)

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  17. the most I can do for Indian food is curry.. chicken curry that is :) kudos to yuo for trying out different cuisine :)

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  18. It's always good to try something new, and discovering new things with friends makes it more exciting. I'd love to try Indian cuisine, too. I hope you can visit back: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/01/a-sizzling-dinner-at-sizzlin-pepper-steak/

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