Nihari is best eaten

So my local Indian takeaway has an interesting item in the 'specials' section of its menu:

Nihari £9.95

Lamb on the bone is slow cooked to release all its flavours making a rich, very distinctive curry. Best eaten.


"Best eaten"? Does that mean that the other dishes are best avoided?

Funny, but I've found a very similar description on another restaurant's menu - only this one ends with "Best eaten with garlic naan"...

4 comments:

outerhoard said...

Maybe it's at its best when already eaten, i.e. regurgitated.

Sami Mughal said...

haha sorry i had to drop by...

nihari is one of the best things to come out of pakistan :)

do try it when u can !

Sami Mughal said...

if you already haven't!

JD (The Engine Room) said...

If my local takeaway's menu hadn't put me off, outerhoard's comment would have! But thank you, Sami, perhaps I'll reconsider my stance and try Nihari soon.