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Friday, December 22, 2017

BBQ Tonight in Kissimmee is now serving butter chicken loaded fries and shut up, take our money

Posted By on Fri, Dec 22, 2017 at 9:51 AM

click to enlarge NEHARI BURRITO / IMAGE COURTESY OF BBQ TONIGHT
  • Nehari burrito / image courtesy of BBQ Tonight
File under "Yes, You've Got Our Attention, Go On": Orlando native and UCF alum Danial Ali's BBQ Tonight, until recently a traditional Indo-Pak restaurant, has added some fusion dishes and the descriptions have our palates twitching.

Among the menu's kebabs, biriyanis, masalas and tandoor specialties, you'll now find clever mashups like a nehari burrito (nehari being a slow-cooked spicy meat stew), seasonal desserts (pumpkin spice chai recently gave way to peppermint ras mahal) and butter chicken loaded fries (insert HomerSimpsonDrool.gif).



click to enlarge BUTTER CHICKEN FRIES / IMAGE COURTESY OF BBQ TONIGHT
  • Butter chicken fries / image courtesy of BBQ Tonight
Ali has also launched an initiative called Books for Bread, in which customers can exchange old books for free naan. From their social media:

For every book you donate you get 3 free naans, the limit per visit is 3 books per table so you can get up to 9 free naans for your meal per visit. I plan to start with about two empty bookcases and see how it develops. … I truly do believe a lot of the hate in this world against different races and religions just has to do with ignorance and it's up to us to create a space where people can feel comfortable to come educate themselves and just have a discussion, meet new people of different cultures, and of course to come and try some fire butter chicken fries.

Kissimmee is a bit of a hike, but we've got a bit of holiday time on our hands.
click to enlarge PEPPERMINT RAS MAHAL / IMAGE COURTESY OF BBQ TONIGHT
  • Peppermint ras mahal / image courtesy of BBQ Tonight

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