(Left) Representational image of Gobi Manchurian. (Right) Screengrab from the viral video. Photo courtesy: Free Press Journal

Recently, an Indian restaurant in the US made locals passing by their eatery take a bite of Gobi Manchurian. They offered free samples of the cauliflower-based dish to people and recorded their candid reactions.

(Left) Representational image of Gobi Manchurian. (Right) Screengrab from the viral video. Photo courtesy: Free Press Journal

The video opened by showing the open display of two Indian food items, the Gobi Manchurian and Mango Lassi. The restaurant named Curry Corner asked people passing by to try these food items.

Two girls visited the spot and tried the Manchurians, and they were in disbelief that it was a dish made out of cauliflower, just like many others there. Their review for the Gobi Manchurian was a “Wow”.

A while later, two hijab-clad women came across Curry Corner’s free samples and gave the veg dish a try. “Cauliflower? It doesn’t taste like vegetable… but yeah, it’s good,” they said. Soon, a young man, who identified himself to be a frequent visitor of the Indian restaurant, stopped by the place to try the dish. “It’s good. I Love Curry Corner,” he said as he also picked a cup of Mango Lassi.

The video went on with some more people tasting and loving the Indian dish. One of them even got dancing to express joy after trying the food.

(The article is published under a mutual content partnership arrangement between The Free Press Journal and Connected to India)