Checked in at saravanaa bhavan 30th May 2018 In CheckinsTags: foursquare, Keyring Importer, Manhattan, new york, Old Slip, saravanaa bhavan, Street Food by Khürt Williams 10 Comments Checked in at saravanaa bhavan. In queue for pav bhaji and Kati roll. 40.7037998-74.0085663Share this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Post navigation PrevNext Related Posts Seneca Lake: Day Three : Watkins Glen State Park and Lucky Hare Brewing Seneca Lake: Day Two: Buttermilk Falls, Liquid State Brewing, and Ballooning over Letchworth State Park and Genesee Falls Line @ Garnet American IPA by Other Half Brewing Co., Brooklyn, New York 10 Comments @khurt @vasta NYC can be incredibly expensive. But there are so many restaurants one can still find amazing food for cheap if one looks. 🙂 Loading... @khurt Oh, there’s great West Indian food in Toronto, as well as South Indian food. Toronto has some of the best international food I’ve ever had. It’s what I miss most about the city since I moved away to a smaller town two years ago. (We often go back to visit to eat!) Loading... @vasta if I remember correctly, in Toronto you can get Trinidadian (West Indies) food. I know “buss up shut” and roti curries aren’t a substitute but … you’ll have the flavours. Loading... @khurt Amazing! We don’t have good South Indian food in my city, so I have to travel to Toronto to get my fix. Loading... @vasta I love pav bhaji. It was delicious. Next time I’ll try the dosa. Was worried about having lunch in Manhattan being expensive. But this was $5-7 and right outside the door of the building. They even have idli and sambar! Loading... @khurt Oh, I haven’t had a dosa in weeks! Will need to remedy that soon. Did you enjoy it? Loading... @Bruce heh. Go for it! Loading... @nitinkhanna Ooooo, Indian. Now I want some for dinner… 😁 Loading... @khurt oh man so jealous! I can almost smell it! Wait. Someone in my office is having Indian food. Hmmm. Loading... @nitinkhanna make a new friend. Trade lunches. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.