Ordering the ho-dduk and the mountain of green tea ice-cream was the best over ordering mistake we made. Be aware that the Korean doughnuts (ho-dduk) are super rich and one order might be good for 2-3 people.
It may not be the best Indian food in town but the experience of walking into to a restaurant with decorations that match the flavors of the dishes and delightful Bollywood's music is something to behold.
Hint: If its your friends birthday let them know!
After a long drive we stumbled into this hole in the wall for lunch. The dim sum here is outstanding and for those who are feeling the hurt in their wallets fret not, this place is light on price big on flavor.
While their menu offers some amazing dishes from all over Thailand, one dessert on their menu hits all the right notes for a hot summer day:
1) Plant Love ice cream - Changes seasonally but our iteration had coconut meat, redbean paste and lychee jelly.
Two must have dishes here:
1) Lontong Sayur - Delicious rice cakes with meat and veggies in a slightly spicy broth. Sumatran comfort food at its finest.
2) Sop Buntot - Hearty oxtail soup that stands as a whole meal on its own.