The Antigua Curry Club, Santiago de Caballeros, July 25, 2013

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

Non Vegetarian

 

Vegetable Stir Fry

Chao Mein with Pork and Vegetables

Q 95  + 10% service



Vegetarian

Spring Rolls

Chao Mein with Tofu and Vegetables

Q 85 + 10% service




Credit cards 7% more

 

 

 

Chow Mein is a stir fried dish consisting of noodles, meat (chicken is most common but pork, beef or shrimp can be used), onions and celery.  It is also served with tofu and vegetables.

There are two main kinds of chow meins available on the market: 1) Steamed chow mein, and 2) Crispy chow mein, also known as Hong Kong style chow mein (see below). The steamed chow mein has a softer texture, while the latter is crisper and drier. Crispy chow mein uses fried, flat noodles, while soft chow mein uses long, rounded noodles.

Crispy chow mein has either onions or celery in the finished dish or is served "strained", without any vegetables. Steamed chow mein can have many different kinds of vegetables in the finished dish; most commonly including onions and celery but also sometimes carrots, cabbage and bean sprouts as well.



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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