Rice is twice as nice with curry from The Fatty Bao, which explains why a festival is dedicated to it. On till December 24, the Asian gastrobar’s outposts at Bandra, Lower Parel and Powai will serve curries from the streets of Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines.
Inspired by the diversity of Asian flavours, you get to pick from a fiery cluster of bowl options - Thai green curry with lamb meat balls; Gulai Ayam, an aromatic Indonesian chicken curry with baby onions; and Malacca Nyonya, sweet and sour curry laksa with seafood. Vegetarians, ask for the Javanese Sayur Lodeh, a vegetable curry with chayote, beans, eggplant, chili pepper and tofu. Carnivores will love the Pork Humba, braised pork belly with black bean, pineapple, red chili and soy; or the thick Ca Ri Ga, Vietnamese chicken curry with potatoes, carrots and green peas.
All curries are served with a choice of steamed rice, jasmine rice and fried garlic rice, plus a line up of handsome accompaniments.
Designed to be the wonderful, warm thing you need this winter, think of these bowls as bear hugs you can eat. We’re sending you one now!
Getting there: The Curry Festival at The Fatty Bao Bandra, Lower Parel and Powai from November 25-December 24, 7 pm onwards for dinner only.
***This post is sponsored by The Fatty Bao***
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