Now…that’s a big claim to back up, isn’t it? But I’m quite a chicken-hogger, to put it mildly. So when I eat out (what, you thought I’d commit blasphemy and say this was the best chicken dish ever including what my Mom makes? This is the best chicken dish I’ve ever had out of home :D) I look for good meat dishes, be it chicken, mutton or beef.
This chicken tikka plate in question attacked my taste buds. The flavour was strong, just hit the right spice notes and was oh-so-tender (so much so I’m slightly salivating remembering that meal). There wasn’t much need to dip it in the accompanying chutney but I did now and then to get a different taste of it. Here’s a terrible photograph of the chicken tikka plate:
Apologies…I would’ve taken more, but as you can see I was more interested in going *gobble gobble gobble*:
Then I ended with some ras malai which was average enough.
So…where did I have the best chicken tikka I have *EVER* had?
Why don’t you guess? Clues can be found in the pictures. Remember, you have to give me the location as well 🙂