Supper Thyme's goal is to de-stress the breakfast, lunch, and dinner hours by inviting visitors to craft hearty and nutritious meals beforehand. After perusing the monthly rotating menu, customers can select an assortment of calorie-conscious, family-friendly, or organically inspired dishes and schedule an appointment to come in and assemble the ingredients. Staff members then gather all of the necessary ingredients and utensils, ensuring that each meal can be assembled in as few as 10 minutes. In between portioning out servings, visitors can enjoy a snack while listening to music or chatting with fellow attendees in the shop’s casual, low-stress kitchen environment. The meals can remain safely frozen in homes' freezers, with easy-to-follow cooking instructions allowing customers to quickly thaw and cook entrees whenever they might need to feed families, guests, or a lost restaurant reviewer.
The showpiece of India Garden Fine Dining Restaurant can't be seen by patrons. Instead, it is tucked back in the kitchen, exactly where a traditional clay oven should be. Heated by charcoals, the oven?s belly reaches temperatures of up to 900 degrees?enough heat to seal every drop of ginger, garlic, basil, and black pepper inside lamb chops, chicken, and tiger prawns. The tandoor oven also cooks vegetarian-friendly dishes such as the Baingan Bharta?s roasted eggplant with onions, tomatoes, and a smattering of Indian spices.
Special sushi rolls with monikers such as Godzilla or Angel let the chefs at Fuji Sushi flaunt their talents. They fill the rolls with diverse ingredients such as blackened tuna, deep-fried salmon, wasabi mayo, and lobster salad. Cooked options include Japanese classics such as chicken teriyaki and shrimp udon soup, as well as pan-Asian options such as Thai red curry with salmon and pad Thai. Desserts such as tempura-fried ice cream round out the meal.