If you like Indian food, or just great food in general, than you will most likely have heard about Saffrron in Parap, with an extra R for sexyness. The name of the game here is quality cuisine with an emphasis on local ingredients (where possible) and industry leading eco-friendly practices.
It’s 12:25pm on any given weekday and I’m fighting my way to the counter through a crowd of women. Clutching their oversized handbags with one arm and frantically salad selecting with the other, the healthy goodness is packed into clear containers to be shipped back to the office. I’m sure you’ve guessed by now (or read the title of this review) that I’m at Simplys.
It’s not often I find myself in Palmerston, but I was out that way doing some photography last night and decided to spend my hard earned dosh at K-Tong restaurant. It’s a mixture of Thai and Chinese cuisine, but mostly favouring the former. I’ve heard some good things about this place so was keen to dive into the food.
This lunchtime three of us (Laura, Tuan and Emma) all decided to go to Tasty House on Smith Street and sample the food. They offer a mini banquet at lunch if there’s three or more of you, and it costs $16.50 per person. For this you get to choose 5 dishes from the Yum Cha menu, and then one large main with rice to share.