Ryung Song Pizza Restaurant

Having already been to North Korea ten times, I was rather bored of eating at the same hot pot restaurant again. Me, Charlotte (Young Pioneer Tours) and two of our North Korean guides (Miss Kim and Mr Kim) ditched the tour group to go for some pizza at the Ryung Song Pizza Restaurant along the newly built Miare Scientist Street in Pyongyang.

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Kadai Mushroom Recipe/ Restaurant Style Kadai Mushroom/ Step By Step Easy Recipe By KHANA MANPASAND

Kadai mushroom is a popular restaurant dish. It is a must try recipe . Spicy yummy and mouthwatering dish .You can have it with chapati.naan, butter naan, missi roti and pulao ect. Here I made it in restaurant style and Trust me it is really a must try version of mushroom recipe .Please do try it and Share your feed back 🙂

Button mushrooms- 250 gms capsicum -1 Onion- 1 big

For masala-Onion -1 big chopped Ginger- 1 inch piece
6-7 garlic cloves, Tomatoes-3-4 medium
Geen chilli-1

dry masala-Bay leaf -2/cloves, 3-4 black cardamom -1
green cardamom-3-4 ,cumin seeds-1 teasp
cinammon stick -1,mace – very little
black peppr corns-8-10
dry kashmeeri Red chilli-2

salt-1&1/4 tsp,red chilli powder-1/2 tsp
turmeric powder- 1/4 tsp, coriender powder- 1 tsp
fresh cream- 2 tbsp ,oil -2 tbsp
fresh coriender leaves-2 tsp
Dried fenugreek leaves-1tsp

A Young Man Takes His Date To An Indian Restaurant. To His Horror, She Goes Off-menu In Hindi.

He’s surprised at 2:44… and shocked at 9:14…

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Filmmaker Sarmad Masud tells the story of Pavan, a geeky teacher who takes his “English Rose” on a night out at an Indian restaurant.

As Pavan sits in the staff room with his coworkers, Ben and Kevin, Chloe walks in and gives him a smile, prompting them to ask about last night’s date.

Pavan tells Chloe about the most authentic Indian restaurant in the city — the one nobody knows about — and they agree to meet at a nearby street corner. She shows up and they awkwardly exchange kisses on the cheek. When she asks where they’re going, he tells her it’s a surprise. His plan is to woo her by taking her on a cultural odyssey.

They arrive at his “dosa spot.” Pavan tells her the food is as good as “any Indian mother’s mother has ever cooked” and suggests she try one of their famous dosas — good for first-timers.

The waiter hands them the menu and Pavan gives it back. Chloe doesn’t look either, then goes off-menu to order the special. He’s surprised and just orders a dosa.

Chloe tells him she’s been to the restaurant a few times because she used to date a guy named Vinay. She says the off-menu curry has been passed down from chef to chef through the centuries. Nobody knows the recipe, but it tastes like it has every spice is in it.

Then, Chloe asks if he really likes dosas, since they’re a bit bland. Pavan awkwardly replies they’re delicious. It’s obvious she knows more about Indian culture than he expected. He gets nervous since he has nothing to impress her with now — dark and mysterious is all he had.

Chloe opens her drink with her teeth. Pavan struggles to open his by hand. When Chloe offers to help, Pavan says he’s fine. Then, the waiter drops him a bottle opener.

Pavan asks Chloe about Vinay. She tells him they spent nearly five months backpacking through India together. She’s more interested in the authentic Indian experience instead of the British-Asian one.

Chloe then asks if Pavan has even been to India. He says he gets travel-sick and has to watch what he eats in the motherland. Chloe reveals she wanted to move in with Vinay after they got back, but he went to Edinburgh with his comedy troupe instead. He’s an artist — and can’t be pinned down.

Pavan thinks Vinay sounds amazing. He wants to be cool. He wants to be in a comedy troupe. He wants to be Vinay — and imagines he’s like a Bollywood star with good facial hair and an aura around him. Basically, “Brown Gosling.”

Pavan notices Chloe smiling to herself — either recalling a beautiful memory or Vinay was such an important part of her life that talking about it would ruin the atmosphere. Ben and Kevin pop up to tell Pavan to forget Vinay and get back in the game and play to his strengths — “brown it up a bit.”

Then, the waiter drops a fork and knife on the table. Chloe speaks in perfect Hindi, telling him they don’t need to cutlery. But as he starts to take it away, Pavan says to leave his — he needs it.

Pavan watches Chloe eats like an expert, tearing into her special dish with her fingers. As he wonders how she’ll clean her fingers and get rid of the smell, he picks at his food with a knife and fork.

Bollywood music begins to play loudly on the TV. Pavan and Chloe sing and break out in a song and dance. As far as Chloe is concerned, Pavan is just as Indian as Vinay. So he goes for the kiss.

Then, Chloe suggests they go to “Secret India.”

Pavan has no idea where she’s taking him. They go to a mysterious street and she knocks on a door, opening another one. They walk down a dark flight of stairs and into a room full of Indian men — full of music and tea.

She talks to the owner in Hindi and asks Pavan if he’d like to chew on an after-meal snack. He doesn’t know what she’s talking about, but fakes like he does. They go back outside and begin to chew it. Chloe loves it, but Pavan gets nauseous and nearly vomits.

He sits down and Chloe calls it a night. Pavan tells Ben and Kevin that he was being something other than himself — and concludes that Chloe just isn’t his cup of dosa.

Pavan just needs a nerdy girl who loves dosas.

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Sushi is one of the fastest-growing cuisines across the globe. To become a true citizen of the world, prepare yourself with this primer on sushi-eating rituals.

Step 1: Choose a good restaurant
Go to a restaurant specializing in sushi—Japanese-owned or -operated establishments tend to offer the most authentic selections. And if you’re in a land-locked place, make sure they pride themselves on sushi that’s as fresh as possible.

Step 2: Wash your hands
If you’re offered a hot, moist towel, wash your hands with it now. It will be removed from your table before your food is served.

Step 3: Order sake
It is customary to order some sake, likely served in a carafe with small cups, to enjoy before your meal is served.

Although expensive sakes are often better enjoyed chilled, sake with sushi is traditionally served warm, since the fish will be cold.

Step 4: Toast
Pour sake for your dinner companions—traditionally, no one should pour it for themselves, at least for the first round—and then toast. Hold your cup aloft and say, ‘Kampai!’

It’s customary for the most senior person at the table—the boss, or the eldest person—to raise their glass the highest.

Step 5: Switch drink
When your sushi platter arrives at your table, switch your beverage to cold Japanese beer or hot green tea.

Step 6: Prepare chopsticks
If your chopsticks come wrapped, take off the wrapper and break apart the sticks—but don’t rub them against each other to remove splinters, which rudely implies that the restaurant has cheap chopsticks. When you’re not using them, they should be propped on the holder or soy sauce dish parallel to you.

Step 7: Finish
You’re done when your plate is clean—except for the wasabi and gari, of course. Place your chopsticks horizontally across your soy sauce dish to signal that you’re finished, and thank the chefs.

Step 8: Pour soy sauce
Pour a small amount of soy sauce into the little empty dish, but don’t pour in more than three tablespoons at a time. If you need more later, add more then.

Step 9: Add wasabi
Notice the green mound of wasabi on your sushi plate. This spicy horseradish is used to season soy sauce and add flavor to the fish. With one chopstick, take a pea-size amount and stir it into the soy sauce.

Step 10: Continue alternating
Continue eating the pieces of nigiri sushi and maki rolls one at a time, alternating with pieces of gari and topping off the soy sauce dish as necessary.

Sushi aficionados believe you should only use wasabi for sashimi—never for nigiri sushi or maki rolls, since the chef has already used the precise amount of wasabi necessary to enhance the sushi’s flavor.

Step 11: Begin with sashimi
If you have a plate of sushi and sashimi, it is customary to eat sashimi first. With your chopsticks, pick up one piece of sashimi, dip it in soy sauce, then place the whole piece in your mouth.

If you don’t know how to use chopsticks, don’t try to eat sashimi—it is considered incredibly uncouth to use a fork.

Step 12: Eat ginger
Using your chopsticks, eat a piece of gari, or pickled ginger, from the pile of wet slices on your sushi plate. This is to be eaten between pieces of fish as a palate cleanser.

Step 13: Continue alternating
Continue alternating eating sashimi with palate-cleansing ginger.

Step 14: Refill soy sauce
When you have finished all your sashimi, refill your soy sauce dish.

Step 15: Eat sushi
With your chopsticks, pick up a piece of nigiri sushi and drag it through the soy sauce fish-side down, so the rice doesn’t soak up too much. Place the entire piece in your mouth, unless it is very large, in which case two bites are acceptable.

Step 16:
If you are uncomfortable using chopsticks, eating nigiri sushi with your fingers is an acceptable custom.

If you’re sitting at the sushi bar, offer to buy the chefs a round of sake or beer. It’s not necessary, but it just might make you a new friend.

Did You Know?
Soy sauce was first made in China more than 2,500 years ago by Buddhist monks—it didn’t reach Japan until the 6th century.

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