Wah Gi Wah, 45th & Chestnut
Please look back a few days to find the original posting. Which led four of us here, tonight,
despite rain. A good choice of night--we were the only customers--which the owner felt was
due to the weather, although takeout was lively during our meal.
This is sad. We had one person in our party familiar with Indian food, and she ordered a spinach
dish that we would not have; plus one of those fried chickens with interesting flavors, plus a yummy order of five lamb chops plus an on-the-house large plate of curried fish. That plus gratis battered fried vegetable appetizer and naan made for a filling meal: price of $10/person, including tip. But, my problem was the spicing level. It wasn't truly that spicy; I just couldn't handle it in comfort.
It's an aging thing; I used to enjoy spicy food; just can't any more. So, this place is a find for
the adventurous of palate; those who can handle moderate spice better than I can. Service gracious and accomodating.