30.4.13

Floral print silk dress and "Happy Singh"


There has been Punjabi food presentation "Happy Singh" at one of the restaurants these days. And yesterday it was MH's birthday so we decided to go there to give it a small celebration and to taste the food. I wore this silk dress for the occasion. I love its bright print and softness.




The place was decorated in Punjabi style and there were many old Hindi movies posters on the walls. Some food was cooked on the spot and one could watch the process.


The waiters were also dressed in Punjabi style



There was a big choice of food but what I liked most of all: 4 types of rotis (flat bread); rice desserts - one with saffron and another with rose essence, very unusual and interesting taste; and kulfi - an ice-cream that looked and tasted not like an ice-cream at all (peach-coloured "porridge" on the photo).


I bought the dress in 2008 in London. When I first saw it I wanted it straight away. But it was too expensive for me and I could not afford it. Luckily when the sale started it was still there and I took it with 50% discount. Love it since then.


That's it for today. Have a nice day!

7 comments:

  1. You look fabulous! So does the food.

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  2. These pics are beautiful! I would like to come to see you! It seems a beautiful and interesting place! One day =)
    You dress is beautiful! And i read your blog presentation right now, i share your opinion about clothes and i must say that in each post i saw i liked what you wear =)
    Big kisses
    Ylenia

    www.wallofstyleblog.blogspot.it

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  3. Olga I can imagine how happy you were when you got this beautiful dress for the half price. The pattern is gorgeous and in your place where the weather is so warm a silk dress is perfect. I love the feeling and the shimmer of silk.
    Seems you had a great birthsday party at a wonderful place.

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  4. Oh, my Goodness Olga! Your dress is absolutely stunning! beautiful color and flattering cut too.. It would go perfectly with a pair of wedges or even espadrille! Getting it at half the price is a major bonus to top with. Me and my husband enjoy Indian/Punjabi food too once in a while.. we love the rotis with he dhal, the spicier the better! Glad you had a fun time out :)

    GREETINGS FROM DUBAI
    MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES
    http://mrsjackofalltradesdaily.blogspot.ae/

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  5. Precioso vestido, las fotografías preciosas!!
    Saludos
    http://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es

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  6. oh what a wonderful dress, you are such a bohemian beauty;)
    kiss,mary
    http://www.maryloucinnamon.com/

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  7. THANKS FOR THE LOVELY COMMENTS! I AM GLAD YOU LIKE THE POST ASWELL! MORE TO COME!
    Better Nights Sleep

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