Ghoroa- vegetarian friendly
i've read good reviews on this site for bangladeshi food at Ghoroa, i looked at their menu and see they have the usual vegetable entrees....does anyone know if they do vegetables well or is it more of a biryani, meat place?
it's a long trip out there, so just wanted some of your opinions. i usually stick to the vegetarian stuff at mina's, but if there's other good bangladeshi food around, i'd like to eat it:)
Ghoroa is not the most vegetarian friendly place, but it works. Oddly enough, my whole day was spent at the halud day of a Bengali wedding which was catered primarily by Ghoroa (mishti and beef kalia were home made though.) I'd say give it a try, but their saag was oily when I tried it. I'm just not a huge orderer of veg at Bengali places. I'd say try it. I do like their black chana daal in rice though.
just a guess, but since this is bangladeshi , not w. bengali its muslim and will cater mainly to males and meat eaters like most such places, and and serve the standard lamb, kebabs, biryani, etc of that culture- I say meat and men, because men eat out more and are more likely to be here solo, and women are more likely to be vegetarians/fasting in these cultures or inclining to prepare their own food..Even so they are bound to have some one or two daily veg dishes, cabbage, okra, channa dal etc, or fish, surely, like Mina and Kasturi (whatever its called now) in Little India.