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  • Darn, Indian Cuisine just Blows me Away

    The presentation is absolutely stunning.

    What's your experience with cuisine from India?








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  • #2
    For a Westerner such as myself it stand heads an shoulders above other. You can forget Italian, tomatoes with something else or Tex-Mex. Beans, stripped meat and some hot sauce.

    Now Indian. So many little hidden taste on one fork full. All different and even exotic compare to others.

    You first pic does not do it justice. Tin foil plates? Carry out maybe?

    HP
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    • #3
      Excellent food.
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      • #4
        We have some excellent Indian food in Vancouver as Duncan will testify, and a variety as well, Punjabi for example thanks to the large Sikh community.

        I was surprised to find some nice Indian/Pakistani in Geneva, yes very very good food. One that vegetarians/vegans/carnivores can all enjoy. I have nothing bad to say about it except watch the pakoras and some of those desserts, calorie bombs. Otherwise very healthy.

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        • #5
          Now for some class Indian this is the place to try. One of the very best dinning experiences that I have had, and that says a lot.

          Note the location, but still with in the means of most.

          Dinner for three with a $10 Congac after and it came out to $80. Not a whole lot more than dinner at Pizza Hut.

          First Class service, door man, white piano with player, and the food was supeior. I can not recommend this place HIGH enough.

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          Take the tour! We had the table in the left front.

          HP
          "Ask not what your country can do for you"

          Left wing, Right Wing same bird that they are killing.

          you’re entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Half Pint View Post
            Now for some class Indian this is the place to try. One of the very best dinning experiences that I have had, and that says a lot.

            Note the location, but still with in the means of most.

            Dinner for three with a $10 Congac after and it came out to $80. Not a whole lot more than dinner at Pizza Hut.

            First Class service, door man, white piano with player, and the food was supeior. I can not recommend this place HIGH enough.

            http://www.bombayclubdc.com/

            Take the tour! We had the table in the left front.

            HP
            $25 and all the champagne you can drink ? Probably not Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet then . Probably not even as good as a decent beer ?
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            • #7
              I can eat Indian (Punjabi or Bengali, I'm flexible) eight days a week. Indeed, for a spell, I did. Indian food in Pakistan, however, was somewhat . . . . disappointing. They spiced it up plenty, but they left out the tamarind, and without a dose of tetracycline first, you're gonna get the squirts something fierce.

              Now I cook my own at home. I still can't get enough.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by slick_miester View Post
                I can eat Indian (Punjabi or Bengali, I'm flexible) eight days a week. Indeed, for a spell, I did. Indian food in Pakistan, however, was somewhat . . . . disappointing. They spiced it up plenty, but they left out the tamarind, and without a dose of tetracycline first, you're gonna get the squirts something fierce.

                Now I cook my own at home. I still can't get enough.
                Best foreign food is normally where you live . Best local food is where you are .

                Whatever the country .
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                • #9
                  I was interested to learn that supposedly the largest tandoor oven outside of India itself is right here in Toronto. One of our grocery stores here sells a ton of Indian "inspired" foods (they have a tandoori chicken wings that are pretty durn good, for boxed grocery food). Apparently, they figured if they were going to do it, they were going to do it right and brought someone in from India to build the thing.

                  But yeah, I can eat Indian food often. I'm a big cilantro fan.

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                  • #10
                    Looks really good.

                    I've always wanted to try Indian food but the nearest would probably be in Kansas City or Tulsa which are both two hours away.
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                    • #11
                      A whole block of Lower Manhattan (the real one, not the one in Kansas) is devoted to Indian eateries. They all know me on a first name basis.
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                      • #12
                        I love a good Indian
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
                          $25 and all the champagne you can drink ? Probably not Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet then . Probably not even as good as a decent beer ?
                          Figure it out Nick. $ 80 for three minus y 9$ dollar Cognac, two blocks from the white House and what do you have? A relatively reasonably priced meal for three or $ 25 in a setting that is hard to top. Location, location! It comes out to LESS than $25, desert was extra and that was also very good, all for $90 and change. Find me a place close to nay other seat of government that offers the same quality for that price. Bet you can't.

                          HP
                          "Ask not what your country can do for you"

                          Left wing, Right Wing same bird that they are killing.

                          you’re entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.

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