FCC Building on Rada Street, Legaspi Village, Makati (tel. 752-5669)
The only Indian food that I know are curry and samosa. So when my Japanese friend came back to the Philippines after touring India, she told me tales about it.It really made me curious.
There was an Indian restaurant that many Pinoys are already raving about, so we went there.It's called Swagat (welcome)
Such a simple unassuming place. There were Indian decorations, very colorful and alive. My friend said that Indians love to decorate colors with tiny round mirrors.
The dishes that we ordered were all vegetarian dish. In India, the servers ask whether you are vegetarian or non vegetarian. People are very religious in India. There are different kinds of faith in that mystical city. We decided to go vegan.
|Mango lassi (yogurt with mango flavor) 60Php Rose lassi|
I like lassi because it's not too sweet and it is refreshing as well as healthy. The cup was brass and added to the experience.
|aloo baigan (potato and eggplant) with masala 125php|
|palak paneer (cottage cheese with spinach) 125Php|
|naan ( garlic and plain) 30Php each|
|My Japanese friend (in pink)|
|Rada St. Legaspi Village|
|The house of mirrors|