Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Asia Darbar

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Tyne Melrose
Hi, I’m Tyne! I’m a creative non-fiction  writer with a background in healthcare and  hospitality based out of CT. I completed  my education in the medical field and  worked for years as a life insurance  examiner and phlebotomist for   a national company. I have always been a  writer and felt like it was time to take my  words seriously. No pun intended. I went  back to school to become a certified copy  editor and now have the tools necessary to  be the best at what I love to do. Feel free to check out my website  @tynemelrose.com
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Buttery baked, delicious flakes, one small bite is all it takes. Filled with veggies in the middle. Spicy? Maybe, just a little. Fried in oil to a crisp, my new go to favorite dish. The pastry sets your soul on fire, veggie samosas are desired.

Asia Darbar

Flour, knead, roll and press. Flattened, baked and served up fresh. Out of the fire piping hot, naan bread really hits the spot. Dipped in cucumber yogurt sauce, no more to say, my words are lost.

Asia Darbar

Chick peas boiled until their tender, this dish has not one contender. A peppered rue brings on the heat, this masala can’t be beat. A simple lunch but flavor packed, yes I will be going back. Indian food for the win, Asia Darbar let lunch begin.

Asia Darbar

Yes, the food is actually poem worthy!

This place is one of those hole in the wall type buildings with absolutely zero curb appeal. Inside looks a little better as there’s tables covered in white tablecloths and the entire place is very clean but still nothing to catch your attention. What they lack in décor and curb appeal though, they make up for in tasteful meals!

Asia Darbar

I ordered a piece of naan bread which was big enough to serve a family of four. Seriously bigger than my head sized portion. I also ordered the chana masala. Chana masala is an Indian chick pea dish with spices and herbs that I would suggest eating over basmati rice. It was so delicious, I had the leftovers for breakfast the next morning! I also ordered the veggie samosas which are these little triangular shaped pastries with the flakiest, crispiest dough on the outside with soft cooked veggies on the inside.

A great place to go for vegetarian options. I noticed they also do catering too and the inside is big enough to hold a medium sized gathering. If I wanted to have a venue catered with Indian food, I would definitely check here first. Again the outside needs a makeover but the food is the selling point. My total for two samosas, the Chana masala, and the ginormous piece of naan came to 11.52$. Reasonable price to pay for a local flavorful Indian lunch.

Address253 East Street Plainville, Ct 06062
Websitehttps://asiadarbar.wixsite.com/asiadarbar
telephone860-793-9643 or 860-479-5945

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