At The Mumba Rai lndian Bistro, you’ll find a creative take on Indian street food classics, using authentic recipes and fresh spices and ingredients. All food at The Mumba Rail is made from scratch, prepared in traditional tandoori ovens for a truly authentic Indian dining experience. You’ll find traditional dishes like chicken tikka masala, tandoori chicken, thali plates, and crispy samosas, along with traditional Indian drinks like mango lassis and chai tea. End on a sweet note with ice cream imported directly from India, or order the rasmali, which is a delicious soft cheese served in sweet cream.
Situated in a beautiful historic location, The Mumba Rail Indian Bistro was built in the historic Rock Island Depot adjacent to Union Station in downtown Wichita, creating a unique atmosphere in which to enjoy your meal. Visit the website to learn more about this hotspot and to check out the full mouth-watering menu
The Mumba Rail Indian Bistro
711 E. Douglas
Wichita, KS 67202
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Photos, posters, artwork… Some things lend themselves to framing and mounting—but what about houseplants? Epiphytes, like the popular staghorn fern, are perfectly suited to the framing treatment as they draw water and nutrients from the surrounding air (read: no soil required!). Store-bought mounted ferns can be costly, but you can easily create your own at home with a few supplies and a little elbow grease. Here's how:
1) For this project, you'll need a mounting surface, typically a wood board or plaque or a shallow crate. You'll also need clear fishing line, a picture-hanging kit, sphagnum moss, nails, and, of course, a staghorn fern.
2) Lay your mounting surface on a table, then hammer four nails into its front, in the shape of a square.
3) Wet your moss, then wring out extra moisture. Create a moss "bed" for your fern in the area between the four nails. Position your fern upon the moss, then wrap fishing wire around the nails and across the fern to affix it to the board.
For the rest of the tutorial, click though to How To Mount a Staghorn Fern on Apartment Therapy.
Offering an eclectic collection of specialty goods for the bath, body, and home, Bungalow 26 promises a truly unique shopping experience. With a personal love for all things home goods, the owners of Bungalow 26 knew exactly what type of shop they wanted to open, and their name says it all.
Here, you'll find whimsical gifts, like handmade soaps, candles, accessories, artwork and more. You’ll find teas, chocolates, and a range of other goodies that you can’t find anywhere else. With a combination of high-end brands and local artisan products, there’s something for everyone, as the owners of Bungalow 26 believe that luxury goods should be accessible to everyone. Whether you’re shopping for gifts or browsing for yourself, you’ll be back time and time again to check out Bungalow 26’s rotating collection of goods.
Visit the website to learn more about this special local shopping location and to check out special events!
613 B West Douglas
Wichita, KS 67213
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Whether you're a vegan or you simply try to cut out meat a few days a week, vegan dining is a great way to improve your health and do some good for the environment. Here are a few inspiring Pinterest boards that are filled with vegan recipes that are sure to get your mouth watering.
Best Vegan Recipes
This Pinterest board is bright, colorful and filled with nutritious meals for every time of day. From hemp seed snack smoothies to grilled veggie fajitas, there's something to inspire every meal.
Vegan Food Lovers
This community Pinterest board features contributions from some of the best vegan food bloggers online. Here, you'll find sweet, frozen snacks, globally inspired lunches and even a variety of different ways to prepare tofu.
Earth Balance's Vegan Recipes
If you're looking for some inspiration for lunch or dinner, this is the board to check out. It features main courses like vegan pot pie, savory Indian curries and lots of veggie-packed soups.