Queens at Bollywood, Greenbelt 3

Indian food is one of my favorites. If you are looking for one, you better try Queens at Bollywood. I’ve been to their Greenbelt 3 branch and I am not sure whether they have other branches. The food and staff are really nice. It’s worth every penny.


The staff served us with complimentary Papadum first. It’s a crispy, round Indian appetizer. I have to warn you about the dip – lentil and tamarind dips are very addictive.  They are very rich in flavor that you would find it difficult to stop munching the crackling with it. It could also be too spicy for some people.

Chicken and Vegetable Samosa

Next in line is the Chicken and Vegetable Samosa. You have the option to have all chicken, all vegetable or a combination of both. I prefer the Vegetable Samosa over the Chicken Samosa. This is actually an Indian fried or baked pastry filled with potatoes, peas, etc.

Butter Naan and Tikka Chicken Masala

Lastly, we got Butter Naan and Chicken Tikka Masala. Naan is a common oven-baked flatbread. I love dipping this on the tomato buttered and spiced sauce of the Chicken Tikka Masala. If I remember it right, they have three flavors of Naan – butter, cheese and garlic.

Overall, this is one of the best Indian restaurants I’ve been to in the Metro. Price would probably range from Php 400.00 – Php 700.00 per person.

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Tuna & Bok Choi

Another simple dish for those who are diet conscious.

Tuna and Bok Choi

1. Mix spices (salt, pepper, paprika, sugar, etc) of your choice with olive oil.
2. Brush the mixture on a slice of tuna.
3. Grill or bake until cooked.

Sautéed Bok Choi
1. Cover pan with vegetable oil.
2. Add garlic and onions.
3. Add bok choi.
4. Pour soy sauce, worcestershire and water.
5. Cover and let it cook.
6. Stir seasame oil.
7. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to taste.

I pour some of the bok choi’s sauce on the grilled/baked tuna to make sure that the tastes are well incorporated.

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