Tiny Texas is a simple little restaurant with just three tables accommodating nine people. I came across this restaurant on Zomato. I was amazed, as to how did I miss this nearby restaurant that has a limited menu but with lovely offerings in Veg and non-veg American dishes, along with Thai Curry, Pizza and Pastas.

Tiny Texas
Tiny Texas

The staff, the owner of Tiny Texas, are very polite and helpful. I ordered Green Vegetable Thai Curry with Buttered Rice. I asked the staff if they can give me some sauteed vegetables with it, also asking them to charge extra if they want too. I also ordered Farmhouse pizza.

Farmhouse Pizza
Farmhouse Pizza

So after a wait of 20 to 25 minutes, they served us the lovely pizza, which was bigger than Medium size, thin crushed with the right amount of vegetables filled with a lot of cheese.

Pizza Texture
Pizza Texture

In the next 4 to 5 minutes, we received our sauteed vegetables, steamed butter rice, and perfect green Thai curry with lots of vegetables. I am impressed with the quantity they serve at Tiny Texas.

Thai Vegetable Curry at Tiny Texas
Thai Vegetable Curry at Tiny Texas
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My wife enjoyed the Thai curry while trying to guess some spices in the curry that she recognised but couldn’t define. I just asked her to enjoy the curry and forget about the ingredients.

Sauteed Vegetables
Sauteed Vegetables

They did not charge us for the Sauteed Vegetables.

Sitting Arrangement at Tiny Texas
Sitting Arrangement at Tiny Texas

I liked the simplicity of Tiny Texas, which is hidden in the bylanes and the way they have made use of this little space. I also enjoyed reading the quotes on the walls. The arrangement of the items on the table was also perfect.

Table Items
Table Items

I enjoyed the visit and would revisit them to try out their pastas, salads and other dishes.

I rate Tiny Texas restaurant 5 out of 5

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I am Hitesh Brahmbhatt from Mumbai, an ex-DNA contributor, now publishing on my own website. A globetrotter, travelled 47 countries so far to learn the history, culture, and the lifestyle. I am a writer, photographer, biker, mountaineer, radio ham, cyclist, foodie, film critic and a lifetime student with an eye for detail.