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    In my fair city there is an Indian restaurant with a really imaginative name - Flavor of India.

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    Dan's Amherst even has an Indian Mayor

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    Quote Originally posted by natski View post
    HFH i think when im in England in Sept im going to have to try some indian places to get the true british experience! Any suggestions? I will be in London, Oxford and Bath (sorry wont be visiting your region due to time constraints!)
    Natski - I'm not too au fait with curry houses down south (even though my sister was at Oxford for 4 years), but I get the impression that if you head to Southall in London you can't go far wrong walking into any of the Indian places. Of course, I'm only too willing to do some research on your behalf prior to your arrival...

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    Quote Originally posted by HarryFossettsHat View post
    Natski - I'm not too au fait with curry houses down south (even though my sister was at Oxford for 4 years), but I get the impression that if you head to Southall in London you can't go far wrong walking into any of the Indian places. Of course, I'm only too willing to do some research on your behalf prior to your arrival...
    Hmm thanks for the advice!..... anything for curry right?!!!
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    'twas Indian night at my humble abode last night.....chicken tikka masala, toor dal, and garlic naan. Yum! The leftovers went off to school with the child unit in what she refers to as an "Indian Burrito"......leftovers rolled up into a piece of naan with a bit of Indian yougurt (curd) on top.
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    This thread had me craving some Indian fare the other night, and since I can't homemake like kjelsadek I had to dig through the pantry for something in a box/bag/can. Lo and behold if I didn't come across a jar of Trader Joe's brand masala simmer sauce hiding behind a box of rice. Mmmm.... I swear it's better than any of the name-brand prepackaged Indian fare I've ever had, and even tastes better than some restaurants.

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    I had another indian last night. I'm going to be a right bloater at this rate...

    On the menu last night - Lamb Bhuna (I asked them to ratchet up the chillies), Pilau Rice and 3 Chappatis. Top notch it was. I heartily recommend Sharbar on the Headrow in Leeds, should any of you be visiting these parts!

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