If the Chinese ate as much Indian food as we did Chinese, maybe we'd be growing
at 8% too. Okay, a change in government and bureaucracy would also help, we
suppose, 'cos what they eat grows at much higher than 8%.
For the time being, here's what you can do for Café Roulette's own economy.
The Taste Of The Orient is a food festival providing a glimpse of the varied
cuisine from Eastern countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, China and
Although rice, noodles and seafood are the main staple of most of the countries
in the Far East, each country has a distinct cuisine. And the cuisines of countries
other than China and Thailand are not familiar to many in the twin cities.
The festival showcases some of the normal and exotic cuisine of the Far East.
Traditional ingredients are used to impart authentic flavor. A Chinese chef
with experience of Oriental cooking will be creating the delicacies.
You can try here, dishes like Sesame prawn toast, spring rolls with dipping
sauce (China), Chicken cakes with teriyaki sauce, Japanese burgers, Yakitori
chicken kebabs, tuna kebabs (Japan), lamb satay (Malaysia) and peanut fritters
(Indonesia). Since Oriental food is primarily non-vegetarian with a predominance
of seafood, the range for vegetarians is limited.
For the main course, a dish along with rice or noodles with some garnishing
like vegetables is pre-plated in line with the restaurant's practice. There
are coconut milk-based curries (chicken with coconut milk, curried prawns in
coconut milk from Indonesia and vegetables in coconut milk).
For lovers of Chinese food, the favorites like Mandarin fish, sweet 'n' sour
fish, shredded lamb in ginger-garlic sauce and spinach in brown bean sauce are
available. Thai specialties like deep fried lamb with shredded cabbage and stir-fried
lamb with onions, and the well-known nasi goreng from Indonesia are also available.
Traditional ingredients like galangal, kafir lime and lemon grass for Thai curries
and miso paste for Japanese food besides the soya bean sauce and star anise
for Chinese and Japanese food are being used to impart authentic taste.
Please contact 340-0201/659-6973 for further details.