New Indian Restaurant

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  1. arkvilla

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    Keith or a Mod, can you change it from Thread title Takeaway to Restaurant please

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    I've not tried it yet but apparantly the food is authentic and as lots of us Brits know, it's hard to find decent Indian food in florida

    It's at Berry Town Centre so we now have a fab Chinese ( Bamboo Wok) and a Indian as well

    Here's the website:- http://www.dhaba.us/index.php

    I'll try the food in August and report back for you all

    Sandra
     
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    Re: New Indian Takeaway

    Thanks Sandra good info!

    ok, time for me to be an idiot (nothing new eh? ;-) )

    I like Chinese curry, english chip shop curry, that kind of style but I've never really been to many indian restaurants.

    Is there some style of Indian curry which may be similar to chinese/english? I really don't tend to like the smell of the average indian dish soooo I'm thinking the answer is no :lol: but I thought I'd ask to see if anyone knew since I may be missing out through lack of knowledge!
     
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    Re: New Indian Takeaway

    I think you would want a fruity type sauce Keith.

    You could try a mild curry to start - you really are msiing out on some lovely dishes Keith and I'm sure you would enjoy something once you tried things.

    Sandra
     
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    Done! :thumbsup:
     
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    I had a look at the menue looks good I love indian curry
     
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    Thank you :thumbsup:
     
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    Go try a Vindaloo Keith. NOT!!!:taunt: I absolutely love curry and when I am in London it is an absolute MUST. Went one time when I was there on a business trip with 3 who had never eaten curry before, they were eating mild while I was dining on Lamb Vindaloo.
     

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