Vindaloos are genuinely lush. Flavour is well worth the heat imo, which isn't always the case with some.I've never tried a vindaloo but I'd be tempted to if someone else ordered one. I'd dip in.
I don't fancy getting it if I try it and think it's shite. That would be a bit disappointing.
Tonight I had chilli fried idli and a masala dosa with freshly squeezed lime soda from Taste of India on East Ham High Street and it was bloody hellish man. Three people fully fed and watered for £35.
My wife learned to make them during lockdown, she doesn't have a "maker " though?I love idli samber and Dosa. I actually bought a dosa maker so I could eat them at home. I like them for breakfast with scrambled eggs, spinach and chile, with a side of left over samber
Other indian faves:
Sarso ka saag makki ki roti
urud daal makani