Some of them are: Aappams, mango fish
curry, chettinad biryani, Hyderabadi biryani, chicken lollypop, spicy garlic curry and spicy brinjal curry.
We bemoaned the former and dodged the latter, instead concentrating on the fine offerings of treats including slow-cooked pork, mango fish
sambai and tofo ho fun on the main menu.
The Pad Thai here ($9.95) is wonderful, really standing out for flavor, and so is the buckwheat noodle-based soba Pad Thai, but in the interest of variety, we chose three other entrees: Tiger Tear ($13.95), Mango Fish
($15.95) and Chicken Dance ($12.95).