We're a picky crew.
We live in Toronto, pretty close to Little India, and we're pretty picking about what we eat there. It's also filled with some pretty good Indian restaurants.
So, in Drumheller, I'd not be expecting to be eating great Indian food.
My mother said don't assume.
The place isn't beautiful. In fact, it's a little dreary, next to a Dairy Queen, and the decor is early industrial.
But the food is fabulous. Really.
The spicing is not just about hot, but about fabulous flavours. The chicken saag (chicken with spinach) was flavourful, the chicken tender, and not greasy, with flavours coming through.
The lentil dish equally fabulous. The tandoori chicken -- great flavour, moist, delicious.
We showed up late for supper -- at least late for Alberta supper time, and they were closing the kitchen. The server went to check to see if the kitchen was still open, and they held the kitchen open for us. Most every other restaurant would have turned us away, and we'd be eating at McDonalds.
So, service -- great.
Food -- delicious.
And really reasonable in terms of the final bill.
If you're in Drumheller, looking for food -- you should go.
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