Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by robertcraig, Jan 11, 2012.
Is there any good indian resturants near WDW
It's at Turkey Lake just beyond the intersection of Turkey and Sand Lake.
It's in a Kmart shopping plaza. It's called Memories of India and it is very, very authentic.
Unless you like your ears melted off, don't order spicy!
I love that expression, I may have to adopt it
Hmm, may have to tuck this away in my memory bank. I LOVE Indian food. And normally I like it very spicy. I ordered a Vindaloo in London and all I can say is that it is a good thing I had a nice big beer with it.
hahahahahahahaha ears melted... hahahahahahahaha
I saw a sign at AK that the restaurant in Kadani Village of AKL has Indian influenced African food. Never tried that but sounded cool.
Oops, did you know what you were ordering?
Yes I did. I love Vindaloo. However, here in the US they don't make it quite so spicy. In fact one time here I ordered it and it was so mild I actually questioned them on whether it was really Vindaloo. Believe me I WOULD do it again.
So what is Vindaloo?
A VERY HOT CURRY
I don't think Indian is nearly as popular in the US as it is in England. The lady who worked in the bakery at Target laughed out loud when I asked if they sold poppadoms!
If you can eat a vindaloo you are known as Asbestos Guts! I went up the menu for hotness and came nowhere near a vindaloo, I stopped when I had to put a cold wash cloth on my lips and tongue and felt physically sick. Way to go USWEST!
The very first time I ever ate Indian food, myself and three of my air force buddies were visiting London. We had gone to see a play and were looking for something to eat. None of us had ever done Indian and we were looking at a menu on the outside of an Indian Restaurant whose name escapes me (after all we're talking 40 years ago). A rather tall gentlemen wearing what I assume to be typical Indian dress with a turban came to the door and started talking to us. He invited us in. We told him that we had never eaten Indian before. He said, well if you will permit me I will bring you several different dishes to try at different levels of spiciness. I believe I was the only one of the four of us who ate the Vindaloo. I've loved it ever since.
It sounds like a French wine to be drunk in the wc.
Oh Terry you get worse
I usually go for a Vindaloo, or a madras if I'm not feeling quite as adventurous. There is a tendancy in some take-away restaurants to just make a vindaloo really really spicy rather than putting the right blend of spices together to make it taste nice, too. I absolutely love curry, the spicier the better.
However, the last time I bought a vindaloo it made my lips go numb and I started sweating. Not one of the better ones, I have to say
Although Donna loves hot and spicy she doesn't really care for Vindaloo and therefore prefers the Madras.
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