The Antigua Curry Club, October 25, 2012

A  Field Trip to a good Thai Curry ... 6a Avenida Norte No. 34, a block north of Pushkar

Non Vegetarian

Thai Satay with peanut sauce and rice

Thai Noodles with peanut sauce and onions, with Pork and Vegetables

Q 90
  + 10% service



Vegetarian

Spring Rolls

Thai Noodles with peanut sauce and onions, with Tofu and Vegetables


Q 75 + 10% service


Credit cards 7% more

 

 

Thai Satay, a pork broche marinated with peanut sauce, is popular both in food stands and street markets, where you can buy just one stick of satay, or as many as you can eat, as well as in fancy restaurants in Thailand, Malaysia and South East Asia. 

Spring Rolls
, made with rice paper, vegetables and a dipping sauce, are a favorite Thai appetizer.

Thai cuisine blends elements of several Southeast Asian traditions.  Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. The spiciness of Thai cuisine is well known. As with other Asian cuisines, balance, detail and variety are of great significance to Thai chefs. Rice  is a staple grain of Thai cuisine, as in most Asian cuisines. Noodles are popular as well and usually come as a single dish, rather than a side dish.



The Antigua Curry Club is looking for several more curry eaters   there may still be two or more memberships available for resale.  If you know anyone who may be interested, please tell them to call our India Call Center at 7832-8466 or e-mail cernikovsky@hotmail.com


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