Welcome to THEJNSREPORT’S: POLASH Indian Cuisine Restaurant Food Review 2013
This MLK Day weekend I decided to have some Indian Food along with some family members. Having looked up good reviews of places online my brother selected POLASH as the restaurant to try. Located at 2179 3rd Ave Between 118th and 119th streets. Due to busy schedules we all decided to get our order to go. The following is what I enjoyed. As my starter I chose…
Samosa Chaat. This cold appetizer has tomato, pineapple, onions, cucumber and chick peas all chopped and tossed in a tangy sweet Tamarind sauce. The taste was outstanding!!!!! I managed to avoid most of the cilantro sprinkled on this appetizer as I don’t like cilantro. However, all the textures married in that Tamarind with its distinct flavor and the sweet and tangy taste really woke up all my taste buds.
After several spoonfuls of this wonderful bowl of happiness. I turned my attention to as usual, the Main Event. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you…Tandoori Chicken seated on a hot throne of Chicken Biriyani!!!!!
Now normally traditional Indian food is hot. This restaurant however makes “all their dishes mild” as per their to go menu. That being said the flavor was spot on in everything I tasted. I also had a green sauce that I drizzled over the first bites into the Tandoori Chicken to add some spiciness to it. This proved to be a wise decision as immediately it heightened the taste of the Tandoori Chicken.
Alternating fork fulls of Chicken Biriyani and bites of Tandoori Chicken allowed for just the perfect end of a day out an about. I took my time savoring the aroma of the rice and it’s own chunks of chicken all throughout. It was both a happy and sad moment when this meal was finished. Happy in the fact that my taste buds not to mention appetite had been satiated. Sad in that I had no more of that delicious meal left over to have for a second day.
This restaurant will definitely be hearing from me again and I absolutely recommend this place to anyone who has a mild tolerance for spicy dishes yet loves Indian food. What a pleasure it was devouring that meal savoring every aspect of it especially in lieu of my last food adventure at Tick Tock. You see in my opinion this is what New York is all about. You can have cuisine from every part of the world here.
Till next time this has been THEJNSREPORT’S: POLASH Indian Cusine Food Review 2013. Stay hungry my friends.