Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Desi Village Indian Cuisine: Where Service Is As Warm As the Naan

April 21, 2015 12:34 pm

You'll rarely be left with an empty water glass at Desi Village Indian Cuisine, according to Yelp reviewers. They back the eatery's claim that hospitality is a high priority, noting that their servers are too attentive to let an empty water glass go unfilled. This is all part of the staff's attempt to make customers feel as comfortable and welcome as they do when eating in their own homes. To that end, the food tastes homemade, too—at least, if you happen to live with a highly skilled Indian chef.

The executive chef at Desi Village Indian Cuisine has been crafting authentic Indian fare for a quarter of a century, so he knows what he's doing—and it shows in the dishes. The mark of any decent Indian restaurant, the menu boasts more than 10 types of breads, mostly naans. Use the savory garlic naan or slightly sweet coconut naan to scoop up any remnants of your tandoori chicken, paneer tikka masala, or goat curry once you've almost cleaned your plate. Save some room for the fresh, house-made mango ice cream or the gajor halua, which is warm carrot pudding.

Desi Village Indian Cuisine
145 S. Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
(610) 265-8500

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Community Speed Bumps

April 15, 2015 10:26 am

Dear Residents:

On Thursday, April 16th we will have work being completed in the community on our speed bumps. In order to complete the scheduled work, we will need your help with the following:

  • Please do not park in parking spaces adjacent to the speed bumps
  • Please use caution when driving through the community to avoid construction vehicles and workers completing the work
  • Please adhere to the 15mph speed limit in the community

It is possible during the time of scheduled work you will hear loud noise and have dust near the construction area. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in this matter as we continue to improve the appearance of our community.


The Chestnut Pointe Team

Category: Life at Chestnut Pointe Apartments

Learn How to Sew With These Fun and Easy Projects for Beginners

April 14, 2015 11:16 am

If you want to start learning how to sew, the best way to begin is by trying a few simple projects. Here are three great tutorials that will help you to learn the basics, all while creating cute and functional crafts that you can use afterward!

Brigitte Headscarf [Tilly and the Buttons]
This colorful project from sewing blog Tilly and the Buttons provides all of the instructions that you’ll need to create a wearable headscarf with retro ‘50s appeal. You choose the fabric in colors and patterns of your choice, then simply follow the step-by-step instructions to topstitch the scarf.

Makeup Pouch [Noodlehead]
If you’re looking for a sewing tutorial that’s slightly more complex, you’ll love this cute makeup pouch from the blog Noodlehead. You can use any type of scrap fabric that you have lying around, and in this tutorial, you’ll even learn how to sew on a zipper.

Valentine’s Day Ruffled Tea Towel []
Not just for February 14, this adorable tea towel makes the perfect gift for a loved one or decoration for your own home. It features multiple layers of fabric that you’ll attach using a tool called a ruffler foot, as well as a towel leash to keep it securely in place.

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