Coney Island Ave, Flatbush,
In my explorations of the Kavkazian and Caucasus communities in and around the Boroughs, I am often brushing up against one of the many Bangladesh-Pakistani-Begal communities.
Lahori Chilli and Sweets was something that had a greater gravity pull on me then other venues in the area.
I have to say, that unlike the venues of similar on Lexington around 25, this offers a price per dish that is as kind to your wallet as the food is to your taste buds.
I had a plate (see photo) with extra-cut fresh raw chilli, and made to order bread, for 5 dollars.
The food prepared in the kitchen and set in heat trays, looks all incredibly appetizing, and any of the choices I was certain would serve my needs for an excellent experience, that excels beyond the trite and banality of our day to day American- Continental fare.
It was as uplifting as entering Nirvana after decades of strict yoga practice, or decades cloistered Catholic prayer, such the nirvana lasting for some time as I made my way to Church.
Yes, I went to Church Ave, and entered Church, for two delicious beers, from tap, in an ambiance that distilled the stellar experience of Lahori Chilli and Sweets.
964 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY, 11230.