Oh I am in heaven!
Finally, a decent Indian restaurant!!!!!
I have lived here in Mississippi since May 31st last year. 8 months. There are NO Indian restaurants here in Gulfport, or anywhere else on the Mississippi Gulf Coast so far as we have been able to discover. I am British. I am addicted to Vindaloo. I love Mexican food, but the Mexican restaurants here do not understand about HOT food, so it does not fill my craving. Can you imagine? 8 months without a decent curry.
OK OK I admit it, we found a great Indian restaurant in Pheonix when we were there on honeymoon, but still, it’s been 5 months since then.
By the way, when I say HOT I mean that first mouthful causes your heart to jump in fear! Gimme a good Indian Vindaloo and I am a happy (if slightly sweaty) man :-).
So on Saturday Amy and I went to New Orleans (N’orl’ns to the locals) with friends to see HOTEL RWANDA, a very moving film in my humble opinion. It is terrible the way the world ignored the plight of so many innocents in Rwanda until it was too late. But enough of that, go elsewhere if you want political discussion or an in-depth film critique …
After the movie we went for dinner. We had pre-planned to locate either Cuban or Indian food, having decided to find something ‘foreign’ that most of us had not eaten before. You can imagine (if you are British) how heartbroken I was (n’t) to discover that the decision was for us to seek out Indian food.
We found a restaurant reasonably close to the theater (cinema to us Brits) called, with outcredible originality, The Taj Mahal. Anyway, the important bit was that it was a small restaurant (by local standards) with great food, great atmosphere, and 4 very happy customers.
Next time we go there I’ll have to have a word with them about their “very hot” vindaloo though. I didn’t even break sweat, let alone endure even a single moment of fear! Soon …. !!!!