About

Little India a complete friendly & Family Restaurant

India is one of the oldest civilization in the world with a kaleidoscopic variety and rich food and cultural heritages. It has achieve all around society progress during the last 69 years old its independence. Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is is diversity. A large country its population is second after China.

While the menu in our LITTLE INDIA mainly focuses on dishes from, northern India’s cuisine region, a new selection includes such delicacies as Tandoori salmon, a delectable mixture of ground spices cook in their Tan-door pit clay oven. The menu features a wide selection of vegetarian and meat dishes with spices for everyone’s palette.

LITTLE INDIA is well known as HALAL restaurant all over HO CHI MINH & HANOI, we are growing with our tested spices ground and superb tested hygienic food Indian cuisine or Indian food encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available spice, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices.

Aromatic spices are the essence of Indian cuisine. Use of particular spices such as coriander, cumin, Fenugreek, Asafoetida etc… Give Indian foods its distinct flavor.

The cooking skill lies in the subtle blending of a variety of spices to enhance the basic flavor of a particular dish.

LITTLE INDIA EFFORTS in kitchen make Tandoori dishes drive their name from the Tan-door oven that they are cooked in. Tan-door ovens are traditionally clay ovens fueled by charcoal in the bottom. Today, in the Indian restaurant, they are be fueled by charcoal, gas or a little more high-tech, and electricity.

It is probably the heat generated in the Tan-door that give Tandoori dishes their unique taste, rather than the particular fuel used to fire them Meat, kebabs and bread is stuck to the side with the aid a good slap and asbestos.

Tandoori dishes do not have a reputation for being too spicy and are often recommended as being subtle and especially good for anybody wanting a more gentle introduction to the Indian menu They are usually served as starter with a small side Salad and a Yogurt and Mint Sauce, or with a Salad and Naan bread as a main course.

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