New Year’s Eveeeee?”
If you haven’t seen this video yet, it’s super cute.
They just belong together.
Something to look forward to in the New Year?
More INDIAN FOOD 🙂
As you guys know, my beloved cuisine has taken a backseat to Thai since we haven’t really found an Indian restaurant in Tucson that we’re crazy about. A couple are very good, but not anything we crave on a regular basis.
We finally found a place:
Saffron serves modern twists on Indian favorites and the atmosphere is super casual and laid-back. The food was all beautifully plated and perfectly spiced.
The ultimate test of whether or not I like an Indian restaurant? Ordering the Baigan Bhartha (eggplant) to see how it compares.
It was everything I could wish for. It wasn’t greasy at all, and I had asked for it spicy– to my surprise, it actually had a kick to it. This means a lot to a girl who eats whole jalapanos.
I also had a couple of bites of the Pilot’s chicken tikka masala, which was very mild but flavorful
he enjoyed some fluffy naan
and we shared saffron basmati rice.
An amazing Indian meal <3
This morning I went into work to cover for a friend for a few hours, and we’re going to take Bell on an adventure before heading to a New Year’s Eve party. No clubbing for us this year, and I might end up watching the ball drop on DVR tomorrow, but it should still be a lot of fun 😉
Have a wonderful night and I’ll see ya next year!
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Remember to be safe tonight and if you find yourself in a situation where you’re unable to drive, call AAA- many locations will give you a ride home and tow your car for free, whether you’re a member or not: 1-800-222-4357. For other options to get home safely, check out this article.