Have you ever scouted for an all vegan and budget-friendly place to enjoy Indian cuisine in Manila? If you have, then consider your search over! Little India located along Malingap Street serves all vegetarian dishes and STRICTLY no meat.
Little India’s Menu
This is definitely good news for everyone who wants to achieve a healthy and fit lifestyle and who is dedicated to not eating any kind of meat at all. Discipline is the key to achieving the healthy lifestyle that you desire, and this kind of cuisine will definitely help you achieve it.
If you dread eating all vegan dishes prompting you to hate vegetables all the more, fear not. Little India serves their vegan dishes with the perfect balance of local and imported ingredients infused with the right Indian spices.
So what does Little India have to offer? Read on.
With the owner of Little India, Mr. Raj.
Mr. Raj, the owner of Little India, shared that they do not use the usual cooking oil, so their fried dishes aren’t too greasy. In fact, the oil is hardly noticeable when you taste their fried dishes.
Mix Platter (good for two) – Php160
For starters, we had the Mix Platter which comprises of Samosas (a deep-fried pastry similar to empanada, which is among their bestsellers), Aloo Chop (mashed and spiced potatoes coated with flour) and assorted Pakodas (flour-coated crispy fritters). Their special Indian sauce is perfect for the fried Mix Platter, too.
Papad – Php20
After the appetisers, we had the following main courses: Dal Fry, Palak Paneer, Veggie Meat Korma and Mix Vegetable Curry.
Read more about the food on the next page!
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