Crusty fried pastry with potato and peas filling. Classic Indian appetizer for all occasions
Crispy fritters made with chickpea batter, spinach, onions, cauliflower, potatoes, peppers...
Samosas crushed and topped with chickpeas, yogurt, mint chutney, tamarind chutney, onions, cilantro...classic Indian street food
Succulent boneless chicken in creamy gravy...perfect comfort food with warn Tandoori Naan bread!
Indian soft cheese cubes in creamy tomato gravy and mild spices
Authentic chicken curry, mild to medium spiced, with crushed cashews, and creamy yogurt based gravy
Lentils prepared north Indian style with mild spices, ginger, and creamy sauce
Authentic Rajasthani red curry with choice of meat: lamb, goat, chicken
Classic Indian dessert: fried dough with pistachios and dipped in syrup
You can celebrate togetherness and give back to your community with just one delicious order from Blue City Food, and you won’t want to stop there. This authentic Indian street cuisine is so fresh and flavorful, and the vibes are so warm and wonderful, you too will probably become one of their many loyal customers/fans. This stunning truck’s success lies in chef & owner Neeraj Moondra’s 3 simple mission statements:
1. Do a few things, do them exceptionally well
2. Life fully, eat tastefully, focus on flavor, fun, friends, and family
3. Give back to the community and help end child hunger
His sincere and cordial service, his local involvement, and the depth of detail and deliciousness in his Indian specialties truly reflect each of these passions, and the locals love it all. His acclaimed vegan & vegetarian-friendly offerings include crispy veggie pakora, samosas stuffed with savory potatoes and spices, Kati rolls, seasoned veggie sliders, and more). Of course, for meat lovers, dishes like butter chicken, chicken samosas, biryani and more aim to please, and more than hit their mark. Book Blue City Food for your next big event and treat your guests to that magic balance between good for you and fun for you. It's a balancing act that could get pretty addictive.
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