Neera welcomed us with so much warmth. The appetizers served were spot on in their taste and originality. Her main course was of course her piece de resistance, having a little bit of Punjab served up on the table. Being vegetarian, I was spoilt for choice with the chole (garbanzo beans) curry being the tastiest of the lot. She is the true thing!
It was brilliant. Hope to see more of this in the future!
I regretted not visiting Lithuania during my years of study in Europe but having a lovely homecooked Lithuanian feast by Vita helped relieve those feelings. Whatever she whipped up left me in a food coma, but I couldn't resist getting more helpings of her delicious caramel dessert pie called "Tinginys"...yum! She is a fun host who loved telling us about her home country of Lithuania, besides telling us about her life in Malaysia. If you are looking for a mouth-watering homecooked Lithuanian meal, this is one I would greatly recommend
It let's you fulfill your dreams of owning a restaurant, without actually having to own a restaurant. Good stuff.
I really had good time with the food and friends from all around the world. Besides having excellent home-cooked food by Elsa, we all had a great cross-cultural experience in a small but cozy and highly diverse space.
PlateCulture connects people who love cooking & hosting dinners with people who love eating authentic home cooked meals. Each dinner is a unique experience where people can share food, discover new cultures and build friendships from all over the world.
Guests have a unique opportunity to try an authentic home cooked meal at the host‘s home - whether it be Mexican, Malay, Lithuanian or any other authentic world cuisine. It is all about getting a real picture of different cultures.
Hosts can showcase their culinary skills and meet interesting people without leaving the comfort of their kitchen. Quite literally, we fit the entire world in the kitchens.