I had clear instructions how find Sumona’s flat and so arrived bang on time. I was greeted by Sumona, her husband and delightful daughter. The first course was a soup with chicken, lemon grass and a complex combination of spices which was delicious.
We moved onto to some Bangladeshi street food which contained chickpeas among many other things. I enjoyed the flavour and texture of this.
We moved onto the main course of chicken curry, dahl and pulau rice. I believe this was Sumona’s own recipe and is far superior to anything I have had before.
For dessert there was lassi and a snowball pudding that was out of this world.
We finished with tea which had been specially brewed with milk and spices which gave it a present flavour and creamy consistency.
The conversation with Sumona and her husband was intellectual and stimulating.
It was fascinating to hear about their experiences hosting meals on eataway.
I have already recommended eataway and Sumona to a Polish friend who lives in Kraków. I feel that everybody would enjoy Sumona’s food and hospitality.