Have you discovered our roast beef yet? If not, visit one of our locations and discover an explosion of flavor! 📍 3717 East North St Greenville, SC 29615 ☎️ (864) 609-4477
📍 203 North Main Street Mauldin, SC 29662 ☎️ (864) 373-9348
@maalgasocial has always been one of my favourite places to dine in! I’ve visited their place 4-5 times and never got disappointed! Recently they opened a new spot in Emporium Mall’s Food Court! Do check out the truck art, it was beautiful! 😍
Thankyou for inviting me over @yumnahshah and @admaxpk.
I was there to try out their newly introduced budget friendly XPRESS deals starting from Rs.300 ONLY! Got a chance to meet THE MAALGA KHAN. A humble soul indeed, who briefly described the traditions and the major goal of this brand/restaurant. I was surprised to know the history of how the idea came into being.
Anyways, I tried:
. 🍚 KPK:
Their Kabuli Pulao was really unique and had a very delightful flavour. I liked their rice quantity, and the chapli kebabs! DAMN SON! 🤤
Rs.500 for this one!
. 🍗 JOSH E ROSH:
One well known and famous item they have to offer, never tried rosh in my life and I was not disappointed, the hype is real! Rs.500 for this too.
. 🍱 WAI WAI:
Their makhni handi and kebab masla was finger-licking good! And the Sulemani KARAHI WAS THE BEST THING I CAME ACROSS! Definitely going for this again.
Rs.650 for this one, and it’s the real deal, trust me.
Nuestro menú de hoy es espectacular!!! Guiso de pollo marroquí con cous cous, pasas y piñones. // Moroccan chicken stew with cous cous, raisins and pine nuts. Delicious! *
Foto: @elena_guereta .
If you wake up wondering what to make for dinner today like I do, try Chicken Manchurian. It's a tangy, sweet, and spicy dish that is quick to make. I added sliced carrots here and served it over garlic jasmine rice. The chicken can even be replaced with cauliflower for a vegetarian option!
SOUTH ASIAN DIETS
ISLAM: Dietary restrictions - - Only eat lawful "Halal" meat - All fish is permitted provided it has fins and scales - Strictly forbidden to eat food products from the pig - Alcohol in any form is strictly forbidden, including cooking or medicinal purposes
Fasting - complete abstention from eating and drinking from dawn to sunset during the month of Ramadan, which occurs in the 9th month of the Islamic year. Certain individuals are exempt from fasting, including pre-pubescent children and those with chronic illness.
HINDUISM: Dietary restrictions - Founded on reverence to life, belief in reincarnation, therefore, are strict vegetarians. - Beef is prohibited, less strict followers may eat lamb, chicken or fish.
- Very strict followers do not eat eggs.
- Animal derived fats are not acceptable, ghee is consumed. - Alcohol is not forbidden but else and women less likely to drink.
Fasting - Practiced on special occasions such as moon days, holy days and festivals. Can be in various forms such as not eating anything from dawn to sunset, eating just 1 meal a day or eating only foods considered pure such as milk, fruit, yoghurt and nuts.
SIKHISM: Dietary restrictions - Baptised Sikhs are stricter than non-baptised Sikhs. - Some songs are vegetarian
- Baptised Sikhs do not eat meat, smoke or drink alcohol - Those who do not eat meat may avoid beef
Fasting - Not promoted except for medical reasons. Some songs may fast the same way as Hindus.
CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS: South Asian individuals are at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to the whole European population. Coronary heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the UK with South Asians having 40-50% greater mortality. This is due to higher prevalence of metabolic syndrome (insulin resistance, hypertension, central obesity and dyslipidaemia) and diabetes mellitus. #chd#obesity#hypertension#asians#diabetes#fasting#hindus#sikhs#vegetarian#alcohol#islam#halal#ramadan#beef#ghee#lamb#chicken#fish#eggs#diets#religion#nutrition#multicultural
There’s so many lounges and restaurants in that small alleyway adjacent to Guardian Pharmacy BKK1 and of course we had to try them all! 🤭 Today’s discovery is Katanashi, a Japanese tapas restaurant. We’ve already had some of their dishes at Groovy Room last time but we wanted to try it again at their own place. The restaurant gets crowded really fast so I suggest calling them in advance for a seat. The food was really delicious and priced reasonably too (around 50$ for 6 persons); our favorite was definitely the Hokkaido cheese pizza and the nanban chicken karaage (forgot to take a picture of that tho / it’s fried chicken with Japanese styled mayo).