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    We were talking about Indian food a bit ago and I said then that I couldn't remember the name of a really good Indian restaurant.

    Well, we went by there today and I had enough sense to come here and post the name before I forgot it again. It's very, very good. Many people from India dine there, so that speaks well for it's authenticity.

    I will tell you this. If you are not used to fiery hot, don't order the "hot" version of anything! Otherwise, the food is delicious, the service very good and the interior quite nice. It's in a strip mall and that's always a bit odd, but once you are inside the doors it's a whole new world.

    It's at the intersection of Turkey Lake and Sand Lake (Just a bit beyond the intersection on Turkey Lake). It's in the strip mall where Kmart is, so head for that sign.






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    Hmm, we don't eat off site very often but may have to try this.












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