11.19.2010

5 Bites: Hush Supper Club's Geeta

The creator of the underground Indian dinner party Hush Supper Club, Geeta has managed to keep her identity secret. Her 5 Bites, on the other hand, are perfectly public.


1. Rasam at Woodlands  (An elixir. I return weekly for a needed IV drip of the famous south Indian soup.)


2. Sev batata puri at Rasika
(There is more deliciousness on the menu than just palak chaat! This
dish is a rare find from my corner of the earth - Gujarat, India.)


3.
Falafel at Amsterdam Falafelshop (As a vegetarian, I spent my 20s eating
falafel in Paris and every other corner of Europe I could find one.
These come as close to the fried eggplant at Mi Va Mi in Rue des
Rosiers as I've found outside Paris.)


4. Dark and stormy at Patty Boom Boom (It's dark, it's stormy and coupled with the pounding bass from the reggae, you almost believe you're in Jamaica, almost...)


5. Saffron and pistachio kulfi at Indique (The classic Indian ice cream, with my favorite ingredient - saffron. I have expensive taste buds.)


Five Bites is a
place for Metrocurean readers to share all the delicious things they've
been eating and drinking. E-mail five of your favorites and whether
you'd like your name and a picture included to metrocurean AT gmail.com.

Browse more bites.
The creator of the underground Indian dinner party Hush Supper Club, Geeta has managed to keep her identity secret. Her 5 Bites, on the other hand, are perfectly public.


1. Rasam at Woodlands  (An elixir. I return weekly for a needed IV drip of the famous south Indian soup.)


2. Sev batata puri at Rasika
(There is more deliciousness on the menu than just palak chaat! This
dish is a rare find from my corner of the earth - Gujarat, India.)


3.
Falafel at Amsterdam Falafelshop (As a vegetarian, I spent my 20s eating
falafel in Paris and every other corner of Europe I could find one.
These come as close to the fried eggplant at Mi Va Mi in Rue des
Rosiers as I've found outside Paris.)


4. Dark and stormy at Patty Boom Boom (It's dark, it's stormy and coupled with the pounding bass from the reggae, you almost believe you're in Jamaica, almost...)


5. Saffron and pistachio kulfi at Indique (The classic Indian ice cream, with my favorite ingredient - saffron. I have expensive taste buds.)


Five Bites is a
place for Metrocurean readers to share all the delicious things they've
been eating and drinking. E-mail five of your favorites and whether
you'd like your name and a picture included to metrocurean AT gmail.com.

Browse more bites.

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