Thai. If you manage to find a really good Thai restaurant then it's healthy, amazingly tasty thanks to their use of a variety of flavoursome ingredients (ginger, lemongrass, kaffir limes & leaves, ginger, galangal, coriander etc) and often presented in a very creative and artistic manner. If you're interested in cooking, it's not actually that difficult either. The hardest part is getting the right ingredients.
I love Indian and Chinese cuisine. Spicy foods always has its own taste.
Hi Gabriella! It will have to be Indian food.
I just cannot have enough of it when dining out. Their dishes are always very
flavoury and it’s accompanied by the right sides and dessert. However, it’s not
really available everywhere and in such a case, I will normally go for a
When it’s come to food I like Indian food, Indian foods are so delicious and even scientists believe the presence of chemical compounds in Indian dishes that is good for health. I would like name the Indian dishes
Chicken Tikka Masala
Gujjus Cafe & Chaat House: is one of the best Indian vegetarian restaurant, Indian Restaurant in Malvern East, Melbourne. There are much kind of vegan thalis available in such as the Punjabi thali, Rajasthani thali, South Indian thali and Gujarati thali. They give very good services to their customers.
Dosa Hut: Indian street food Melbourne. They provide the best dosa in Melbourne and best briyani in Melbourne. They also have many branches in Melbourne such as dosa corner Footscray, Indian restaurants Harris Park, Indian restaurant in Southbank, Indian Restaurant Roxburgh Park, South Indian restaurant Melbourne CBD.
Jai Ho Indian Restaurant: They provide best Indian food Melbourne. It is a family friendly restaurant located across many Melbourne suburbs, Indian restaurant Hoppers Crossing, Indian restaurant in Berwick, Collingwood and restaurants in Richmond, restaurants in South Yarra.