Sunday, February 7, 2016

Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman at Tashan

They ate the tasting menu and left stuffed.

Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman at Tashan

At Tashan (from left), owner Munish Narula, Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, and chef Sylva Senat. (Photo: TYLER WARD)
At Tashan (from left), owner Munish Narula, Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, and chef Sylva Senat. (Photo: TYLER WARD)

Tashan, the modern Indian restaurant at 777 S. Broad St., had a visit Thursday night by actors Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman, who are filming the thriller Paranoia hereabouts. (The two play adversaries again. See below from Air Force One.)

Chef Sylva Senat whipped them up a gigundo tasting menu: gol gappa, malai kofta lollipops, spinach salad, grilled octopus, shrimp, vegetables Sariya, bread basket, kobe beef kebab, aloo tikki, quail, and tandoori lobster with corn curry. Plus dessert.

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