Wishlisted by Jica Simpas
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21 Baghdad Street, Singapore
2 years ago
An aromatic blend of spiced tea has been ground daily at No Name Teh Sarabat Stall since it opened in 1956. Its original shop owner, Zamir Ahmed, refined his recipe and technique through decades of practice and eventually became a master at pulling tea. One sip and you’d taste a balance of milk, sweetness, and froth—just as it should be. Mr. Ahmed recently retired, but he passed the shop and his treasured tips and secret recipes on to his nephew, Mohammad Asgar. The stall is in its second-generation of tea masters, but you’ll still taste the same classic flavors that No Name Teh Sarabat Stall has been known for.
a year ago
Savor authentic Indian cuisine at Bombay Sizzlers! Hokkaido’s outstanding produce meets rich spices imported from India in their extensive menu. All the meat is halal, and there’s a good selection of vegetarian dishes. The drinks section also boasts a combination of local and imported alcohols. For starters, try the tender and succulent Sausage Scallops. The Cheese and Garlic naans are crowd favorites, with portions great for sharing. For mains, manager Jimmy Khemlani promises a symphony of flavors with the Chicken Tikka Kebab, Butter Chicken Curry, and Tava Bhuna Gosht.
a year ago
My favorite Indian place in Iloilo! The food is legit and affordable. The Chappati and Channa Aloo Masala combo is my favorite. 😋 We also always get the Chicken Tikka Masala (warning: spicy) and the Beef Biryani Rice.
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