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Indian Restaurants In San Francisco You Need To Eat At

If you love Indian food as much as I do you know that finding a restaurant that is really good, and really gets the taste of India right, can be hard. If you are going to be in the San Francisco area these are a list of the following restaurants you can not miss. I can tell you, my husband and I did not come to San Francisco to just eat Indian food, but by the end of our week there that was pretty much what our dining consisted of. Indian restaurants in the city are just that good.Last but not least - set out a meal plan for the week. I found that this minimises food waste, especially when it comes to buying perishable food types such as fruit chicken tikka masala good for you vegetables. It is not the first time that I would have bought scallions (also known as spring onions), chillies and ginger thinking that I MIGHT cook a stir fry next week only to forget all about it come Monday night.After all of our questions were answered, my fiance and I were ready to order. Knowing that I am a curry fan and the slow cooker slow cooker chicken tikka masala paleo Massalla had a curry taste with a twist, I figured that this would be the best meal for me. On the other hand, my fiance likes a more spicy taste so, she went with the biyrdiani. How long it took to get the food was another thing that I planned on writing in this review however, I don't even know how long it took because we were so into the live band it felt like seconds.After the salad you can attack the main entrees, of which there are usually at least five to ten different choices. Vegetarians will delight in the lentils and veggie curries. Personally I love the Chicken Tandoori and tikka masala. Chicken Masala is also creamy and delicious, spicy and buttery. There are creamed spinach dishes that will make your mouth water, as well as different colored curries that make the fast Indian food look like the best choice you have made in a long time. Pair everything with some fresh Naan bread straight from the tandoori oven and you are in Nirvana my friends.Cooking chicken is another task which really has become simple to do. Take the pieces of chicken out of the package and give them a good wash with cold water and pat dry with paper towel. If you are going to use a roaster throw a couple big pieces of carrot and celery in the bottom before you put the chicken in the roaster. Rub the chicken with a little olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Adding a couple potatoes or sweet potato and you will also have a meal when the meat is cooked and the leftovers can be used later.Back to Mayura. Buffet offerings during the week are $8.95, bumping up a bit on the weekends to $11.95. This is the way to go if you're storing up for winter but even the portions slow cooker chicken tikka masala at night are ample.Most foods at a thai restaurant are good for anyone with diabetes. Watch those portions though. Thai restaurants love to give you more food than anyone should eat by themselves. The way Thai restaurants use their variety of spices and emphasize fish and fresh vegetables is a good example of how to eat if you're a diabetic. Watch out for those spices though... They can get you!The restaurant/store operates from 8 am to 9 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 9 pm during weekends. The only negative factor of the establishment is its very limited sitting capacity. The restaurant remains always full during lunchtime due to this aspect. However, it offers great variety of food items that can be liked both by Americans and Indians equally. I would request you all to try this restaurant if you are fond of spicy Indian fast food items.

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