On the way back from the lunch at the Indian restaurant the other day, one of my colleague (from India) mentioned that in Boston no restaurants served Indian street foods which she missed a lot (you could get them in NJ). According to her description, those foods sounded terrific, and I was thinking some day I'd like to try some. Then only a few days later, I heard a new Indian restaurant just opened (on Jan. 14) in Burlington. And it turned out that dishes in their menu were what my colleague was talking about - Indian street foods/fast foods. Since their website says they have only a limited number of tables, we decided to order several dishes to go.
|ここがそのレストラン、Ritu Ki Rasoi (Ritu さんの台所) です。ここはベジタリアンのお料理だけを出すそうです。中に入ってみると、結構座席がありました。|
This is the restaurant, Ritu Ki Rasoi (Ritu's kitchen). They serve only vegetarian foods. Inside, they actually have a quite few tables to eat there (well, next time!).
|これは Khasta Kachori Chaat という屋台料理で、カリカリに揚げた揚げパンのようなものの中にレンズ豆などが入ったもの。ヨーグルトやハーブのソースが一緒についてくるのでそれをかけて食べます。|
So here are what we ordered: Khasta Kachori Chaat, one of the Indian street foods they offer. These are s
|これも屋台料理の一種で Papri Chaat というもの。ピタブレッドを揚げたようなものとヒヨコ豆|
This is also the street food called Papri Chaat. It has the c
Aloo Palak, a kind of
Doodhi Kofta Curry, which had balls of grated pumpkin-like vegetable (+ other stuff) that are deep fried.
|チャパティ (の一種) とライスも付いてきました。このチャパティもハーブやスパイスが入っていて香り豊かです。|
A kind of chappati and basmati rice also came with curry dish. This chappati had herbs and spices and very flavorful.