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06 April 2016

Little India Restaurant: "Spice and Everything Nice"

If you are looking for inexpensive but tasty Indian dishes, “Little India” on Malingap Street in Quezon City is the place to go. “Little India” is just one of the many small restaurants in Teacher’s Village.  The dishes are authentic enough and the staff members are quite accommodating and friendly.  We even got a free small dessert at the end of our meals. For people who love spicy food, “Little India” can adjust the level of spiciness of each dish based on your preference.

Teacher’s Village has become one of the food hubs in the metropolis.  Personally, I find this new development encouraging. Perhaps, there will come a time when stand-alone restaurants will overtake the popularity of restaurants in malls. After all, the beauty of eating out is going to a real restaurant than to a mall where distractions abound. Instead of eating out with loved ones and close friends, you might eventually end up shopping or watching a run-of-the-mill blockbuster movie.  Dining in restaurants outside the mall fosters real communication and bonding unless, of course, if you are dining with people too busy using their mobile phones instead of talking to you. In such a case, splashing their faces with spicy curry is appropriate karma. 

कृपया भोजन का आनंद लीजिये! (kripyā bhojan kā ānnaṅd lijīyai) or “Enjoy your meal!”

Below are some of the dishes that the place has to offer. Unfortunately, we were not able to photograph the drinks that we ordered.

REVIEW VALIDITY:  This post is valid only from April 6 to October 6, 2016. Our food reviews are only good for 6 months because the quality of food and services change over time. Some improve and some deteriorate.

[1] Our food critics do not and will never do paid write-ups. They would rather drink hemlock. 
[2] We are also careful in choosing which member will do the review.
[3] Our reviewers do not know any of the owners or staff of a restaurant that we review.

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