There are about a dozen curries to have inside your roti: The potato-chickpea one is full of toasty cardamom seeds and has a biscuity, savory, warm, mustard-tinged loveliness to it. The plain vegetable roti is full of crisp cabbage, resilient pigeon peas, chickpeas, kidney beans, tomatoes, chunks of carrots, and much more. The curry beef is deep and resonant, full of well-mellowed meat; it's rib-sticking and good.
Have your roti along with one of Harry's homemade Caribbean drinks ($2.50), and you will be living the good, simple life, island-style. These nonalcoholic punches are uniformly fun. The mauby is unforgettable; it's basically a Caribbean version of sarsaparilla, all sweet, licorice like, perkily spicy, and palate cleansing. The sour sop is good too; it's made from a sweet, tart fruit and tastes like lemonade, but a little more funky and tropical. Then there's the mango, which tastes like the fruit in question, and is a kids' favorite, as well as homemade ginger beer, a spicy, un carbonated, sweet, and tummy-soothing concoction.
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Harry Singh Original Caribbean Restaurant
2653 Nicollet Ave S. Minneapolis MN 55408
Telephone : 612. 729. 6181
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Saturday : 11.30am - 8pm | Sunday : Noon - 5pm
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