The meals came with a finger bowl (also the first I’ve seen) which emboldened me to eat with my hands, despite the fact that I’m still a rather sloppy hand-eater. The variety of thick side dishes, however, drank up the soups wonderfully and my beloved mound of basmati and mouth watering side dishes mixed up into a very easy to grab heap of flavor heaven.
Musashi-Nitta may be off the beaten path, but its residents can count themselves lucky to have South Indian food of this caliber in their backyard. And I think they do, as the place was packed for the duration of the lunch service. This restaurant deserves more complete coverage, especially after having peeked at the amazing looking meals and dosa on their dinner menu. So for today, it’s on the map, and we highly recommend you check it out. For tomorrow, Phaal and I will be heading there for dinner very soon with some high expectations indeed.