It's pizza. It's Indian food. Good lawd, this stuff is good. Why aren't there more Indian pizza places?
Pic is Tandoori Paneer pizza.
And this is Butter Chicken pizza.
Both were awesome. But, I like the Tandoori Paneer pizza just a tad more.
>indian/italian restaurant opens nearby
>food is really good, owner and his wife are friendly
>one of the cooks comes out of the bathroom after using it, goes into the kitchen
>later use the same bathroom
>no soap to wash hands
And this is the Uttapam Pizza.
It was a little on the sweet side.
Nothing beats Indian made pizza.
pic related, indian pizza.
when living in harlem I was able to observe them in their natural habitat, and my roommate suggested a theory. As they walk around, they are constantly making noise, and if they aren't making noise they will have random outbursts of noise, not words, just sounds.
based on this he theorized they must have a natural gascious build up that must be relieved frequently to prevent discomfort and potentially explosions
what causes this build up of volatile gasses?
more study on the topic is needed. But some believe it may be related to mating behaviors, trying to scare off predators, or competing for territory
Please provide a location anon. I too am in NorCal
Don't knock it based on one place.
This pizza was glorious, and actually less greasy than standard pizzas (probably due to lack of the standard meats like pepperoni, etc.) Anyway, everyone thought it was really fucking good. It won't replace all of our other favorite pizza places, but it's good enough that we'll probably alternate between them.
I remember that.
Did you enjoy your time there? I don't usually go to El Dorado Hills unless I'm either on my way up to Tahoe, or I want to go out to a particular restaurant. (like Bamiyan, or Selland's Market Cafe). There's not much there, otherwise, lol. There's not much in Roseville, either, besides some good restaurants, the Galleria, and my workplace, although it's getting better. Sacramento, though, has come a long way as far as restaurants and nightlife, so we usually go further into the city when we feel like going out.
I remember the food being pretty decent, but it was a terrible experience because the table 6 inches away from ours was obviously a first date, and the girl spent half the night talking on her cell phone.
When I'm out there I think we mostly go to Folsom or into the city (or to a few nicer places to the East) to eat. Haven't been out in a few years, though.
It's nice to see that the mods, who are apparently intent on turning every board into /s4s/, haven't chased everyone off yet.
>It's nice to see that the mods, who are apparently intent on turning every board into /s4s/, haven't chased everyone off yet.
Yeah, I nearly fucked off this past spring and summer, because it just seemed like the board was completely falling to pieces and going full shitlord. I took a break for a few weeks, and came back, and I think it's improving, actually, now.
>can't tell if this is good trolling or typical SJW mental gymnastics
Cultural appropriation means literally nothing.
There was one of these near me for a year or two. It was pretentious as fuck and the food wasn't that good. Run by a second generation indian of course. the children always fuck up their families awesome resturants by not knowing how shit actually works and getting a college degree. I mean, there's 15 GOOD indian joint in 3 square miles around how do you expect to pass off a vindaloo that tastes like it came out of a jar and fake naan from a regular oven?
immigrant+cheap as dirt soul food/homecooking+cheesy decor in cheap as shit building+catering to local tastes+$4 beers==welcome to the middle class in the US of A. Enjoy watching your kids make a travesty of all your sweat, blood and tears.