After 2 unsuccessful attempts of dining at Ahmad Brothers Cafe (coz usually they're closed when I go there), I finally tasted their cooking! And yes, it's worth the wait. I'm a big fan of Indian cuisine coz of the rich unusual flavors that is fused with simple basic ingredients.
Really affordable, or if you find it pricey, it's all worth it -- quality and quantity wise. Don't underestimate the serving coz it's a tummy loader indeed. Plus, they have lots of meat-free dishes.
Here's what we had that left us very happily loaded. I wasn't able to list the price but menu at the end of the post.
Cubed herbed potatoes wrapped with lumpia wrapper (I presume) served with some yogurt dip. Great way to get the palate excited.
Palek Paneer with Nan
Spinach was never this good. This meal goes with rice or nan. Personally, Indian food won't be complete if it ain't nan. We ordered extra nan for Php 20.
Chicken Masala with NanWasn't able to taste this (coz of the vegetarian challenge) but he said it's flavorful and yummy.
Lassi (salted)You can get this sweetened or salted, I prefer salted coz it's how I enjoy my yogurt. Another tummy filler.
The PlaceThese photos were taken in their old location, they already moved as of this update.
Jose Miguel Building 2, #01 Yandok Street, Corner Naguilian Road, Baguio City, Philippines
Store HoursMonday to Sunday 10 am - 10pm
0908 740 7284
My Satisfaction LevelPalate Happiness: 5/5
Tummy Loader: 5/5
Budget: Php 490 (for the said meals)