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Level3 2017-01-05
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今晚心血來潮想時一下咖喱,又想食下素,於是就來到這家活蘭印度素食.晚上的尖東非常靜,加上永安中心這裡,靜上加靜,所以我walk-in根本不需要排隊。可能我第一次食印度素食,個menu由頭到尾,再看番頭,都唔知應該點什麼比較好。友善的印度藉waiter出現了,我用英語求助,然而他用一口流利的廣東話介紹了兩味 “初哥”必點的 Dosa 及一個套餐。我也點了一被Mango Lassi,這個Mango不太甜,也有效地化解咖喱的辣度,建議大家有緣來這裡也點一個。 continue reading
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一講到印度菜,大家都會不約而同知道,尖沙咀重慶大廈有不少的選擇。但一想起重慶大廈,大家會有所避諱,會馬上想到來自世界各地的朋友,有不同的膚色,是世界的縮影。當你晚上進入重慶大廈,還未踏進大廈的入口,馬上被一群至少有八至十個南亞朋友,蜂擁而上包圍著,高聲給力推介大廈內的印度餐廳,派上大量名片和優惠券等等,如果是女士,一定會被嚇倒,嚇到雞飛狗走,先不要講食物的質素(Note: 有一兩間重慶印度菜十分好吃,味道亦十分正宗,可以去試一下!),已經給<重慶印度菜>一個污名。如果想試一下正宗的印度,又不用受到過度<熱情>的招待,尖沙咀還有其他的選擇,尖東<活蘭印度素食 Woodlands International Restaurant>是你另一個不錯的選擇。尖沙咀東港鐵站P1 出口,便立即到達永安中心的正門,地點方便,容易找到,商場神奇地保留著八十年代大型商場的裝修和風格,十分有懷舊感,與現今商場的五光十色反差甚大,<活蘭印度素食>餐廳的店面裝修與商場的風格十分相似,地方還算清潔乾淨。菜單方面選擇多,如港式茶餐廳,當然全部食物都是素食,有中英文菜單,方便大家選擇食物,但欠缺食物的圖片和簡介,菜單紙上只有各大類的食物的圖片,想知道個別的樣子,用賣相去想像一下食物的味道,只能靠詢問侍應朋友,這都是為什麼很多朋友都不想嘗試印度菜的原因,是因為其<神秘感>,<活蘭>在菜單上要多下努力改善!對印度菜有一點點認識,加上一點點<估下估下>,再加上詢問侍應哥哥之後,先點了一個<Special Indian Thali> ,侍應哥哥說多加一個 Dosa,就足夠兩個人的份量,所以再點一個<Masala Dosa>。上菜時<Masala Dosa>份量十足,Dosa用一個餅皮,烤脆之後卷成,裡面加上薯仔泥,附上一個Masala醬汁,醬汁裡面有薯仔。先把餅皮撕開,之後點上Masala醬汁,味道不太咸,餅皮香脆,加上Masala汁之後,風味十分正宗。其實印度香料味(所謂的咖哩味)不太重,可能是因應本地人的口味,而作出調整,適合香港人口味。<Masala Dosa>值得推介!再到<Special Indian Thali>,附上兩個不同的薄餅,一個香脆一個鬆軟,鬆軟的吹成一個氣球,賣相十分特別,下面有印度飯,再加上十種不同的醬汁。自問無法了解各醬汁的名字和其中的材料,只能用你的舌頭,一個一個嘗試,辣的甜的咸的酸的苦的,需要閣下去深入了解。其實<活蘭>可以附上一張Thali 卡,逐一圖文並茂介紹各醬汁的材料和味道,讓食客知道如何正確用印度人方法,享受各醬汁的風味,味道總算不錯,但多吃一點之後,覺得油膩感過重,因為薄餅和部份醬汁油份高,加上醬汁多數用上薯仔和豆類,十分飽肚。<Masala Dosa>和<Special Indian Thali>兩個菜,應該是三個人的份量。如果二人份量,建議點一個Dosa 和份量較少的<North Indian Thali>或者是<South Indian Thali>。或者點一個<Special Indian Thali>加一個小吃,例如<Samosa>。<活蘭>和各印度餐廳要繼續努力,推展印度美食,需要大量的品牌的包裝,和食物文化的介紹,讓本地的朋友深入了解印度的文化,不只是<咖哩>和<包頭>,印度菜要加油! continue reading
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Level4 2016-03-27
2662 views
印度節日真係特別多,前幾日係Holi色彩節,佢地果日會用d顏料整花對方,有祝福的意思,也係一個迎接春天,去舊立新的節日,今次又可以俾個藉口自己去食印度野,有quota就是任性呢日繼續食印度素食,同隻肥野黎「活素」,晚上七點幾鐘未算好full,是放餐廳內唔係印度人就係外籍人士,無香港人。一坐低,印籍waiter俾個menu我地,點菜時好努力甘用英文嘗試讀d菜式名,點知佢同我講廣東話,哈哈哈,我仲笑住話原來係識廣東話。我地坐左近玻璃窗邊,街外d霓虹燈就o係正隔離,真係非常之王家衛feel首先出場係,登、登、登、登:「North India Thali 北印式套餐」最喜歡叫套餐,因為咩都有,唔洗傷腦筋。佢包一塊脆餅同埋兩塊蔣餅,仲有個三色飯,咖哩、純乳酪、雜菜乳酪,甜品。佢d咖哩屬於唔辣,乳酪、芝士比較中,所以傑身少少; 個乳酪酸味比較重,唔太岩我;三色飯少部分米粒痴埋一齊,未算米粒分別; 但整體黎講咖哩、乳酪都算接近印度口味,唔算係好遷就香港人口味,原汁原味,我喜歡。最好味係個甜品,香料味非常出,非常接近o係印度時的口味。要有心理準備印度的甜品係非常極之甜。Dosa,熱辣辣上,皮脆,同另一印度素食Branto比,個皮厚身少少,不過我比較喜歡呢度的Dosa,有咬口d,尤其個椰子醬比較傑身,香料味也較特出,沾Dosa黎食真係食唔停口,只嫌豆湯就甜身左少少,咸返d會好d。咖哩茄子,醬汁傑身,口感creamy,帶酸,唔辣,茄子淋中帶滑,最岩拌飯食。印式香料飯,香料味濃,齋食都好香口,拌咖哩食一流。呢度的Masala tea接近係最好飲的,Masala香味好突出,茶味香濃,奶滑,整個茶味道有層次。人手唔多,預左有時叫野要等一等,有時去餐廳食野,我覺得都係要互相體諒,整體服務我覺得係唔差。 continue reading
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Level1 2016-02-14
1680 views
活蘭印度素食,顧名思義呢度既菜式都係素食,咩肉都冇架,佢地用既材料都係薯仔、瓜菜、豆類、香料等等,重有啲係有芝士既。我好鍾意食印度野,之前幾次係呢度叫外賣自取,因為一開始唔敢堂食,佢間鋪晏晝唔係開好多燈,入面又冇咩人,成日唔知佢究竟開左未😅有種令人怕怕既氣氛。不過有次拎左佢地張menu返去睇,見到個南印度套餐好似好得意咁,入面有好多種小碗裝既菜應該冇得外賣,就的起心肝去堂食喇~ 一上枱真係嘩一聲!成張枱咁大個銀盤!上面裝住八個小銀碗,另外除左三塊烤餅之外重有一大碟白飯同一塊薄脆,一個人要食哂都真係有啲難道~佢menu重寫在合理情況下可要求refill😆 八個碗裝既佢地中文叫泥醬同醃菜,有南瓜味既醬、扁豆醬、印度酸辣湯、平時食到既咖哩、用左好多豆同青瓜煮既醃菜,重有白色果碗係印度乳酪,質感比平時食既厚身,佢幾款泥醬都幾辣,可以用黎中和返個辣味,最細果碗仔係又辣又咸既醃檸檬皮??唔知呢個應該算係前菜定比人食完清一清味蕾既呢?脹卜卜入面其實係冇野既,煙煙un un,搣開佢地黎點野食好好味呀佢地menu有中英文版本,有需要可以問佢地拎中文版黎睇,不過唔係每道菜都有相睇,睇個名係估唔到有咩係入面😅服務方面,佢地唔係好熱情招呼果種,比人感覺冷漠同幾內斂,不過佢地幾helpful架,例如我會問佢地啲醬係用咩材料煮,佢地都好有耐性解答,走既時候個個都會同你微笑byebye,係自然果種唔係訓練出黎果種🙂 continue reading
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Level3 2015-05-29
3701 views
 The mall location of this restaurant was a little unexpected but the overall vibe of the place seems right somehow. First thing that I need to mention, I have been here three times now and each time the service has been wonderfully attentive. I like my servers to notice me when I need them but otherwise unobtrusive and the guys here have been great each time. I have always been seated promptly, they've noticed when I have  finished scanning the menu and come over to take my order and the food has been brought promptly. I went once with my parents who ask more questions than I do and the questions were all answered. The visit that I am reviewing here I ordered the South Indian thali with chapatis (seriously, what could be better for a solo diner after a 15km hike? Variety and volume).As a whole the dish is great. I'm not sure of exactly what was in each dish but I'll try and give descriptions. When the tray arrived the first thing that hit me was the deep, almost earthy smell of the chapatis, I definitely prefer them to the puri. So, working around the platter clockwise from the white pot:1. Sour cream - not to be eaten in its own but a welcome addition to many of the other dishes. 2. Chilli paste - the only pot I didn't finish. 3. Soup #1 - this was the less spicy of the two soups, it had a slight nutty flavour and a watery-dal consistency. Nice with chapatis. 4. Vegetable curry - I could identify tomato and cabbage in this pot, it had a deep savoury flavour but unfortunately I think I got the scrapings from the bottom of the pan as there were a few burnt it too tough pieces, otherwise tasty. 5. Soup #2 - spicier than the first, I enjoyed the visual aspect of this one, when I loaded my spoon there were nice small flecks of chilli and oil. It looked pretty and tasted good (if a little overly salty). 6. Dal - (I think), this was perhaps my favourite dish, I love the nutty, earthy, lentilly flavour, nicely spiced with fennel seeds. 7. Something with coconut - don't be deceived by the redness of this little pot, there was a definite hint of coconut in there. 8. The sweet - I think maybe semolina. Each spoonful left a kind of sticky stain on the spoon. It was sweet and a little buttery with a few softened raisins and nuts hiding below the surface. I worked hard to finish the set and succeeded. This is definitely somewhere to keep on my treats list. continue reading
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