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Local Indian Restaurants

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Dishoom

Dishoom, shoreditch - best indian food in London. and affordable! Recommended: baileys chai and indian tapas if you want to maximise your taste experience.

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Kind-hearted restaurant celebrates the Indian people who party till there's nothing left... http://www.weheart.co.uk/2014/04/29/feast-of-merit-richmond-melbourne/

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Dishoom

Dishoom | Covent Garden | Cool Places UK Extensive gluten free menu.

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Mauritius (pronounced Mar-ish-us). A small island country off the east coast of Africa. This rich island seems comparable to a Caribbean island getaway... except a large amount of the locals in Mauritius are of Indian descent with either a Hindu or Islamic background and so the food served at restaurants often follow the rules of these religions. Cool! This map shows some popular tourist attractions. Hopefully I can use this one day.

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from Food52

How to Make A Classic Indian Street Food That's Brimming with Vegetables

There's no reason to venture through the cold to your local Indian restaurant…

from Uncornered Market

Insider's Prague: Tourist Traps to Avoid, What to Do, Where to Eat

Are you visiting #Prague in the summer, or around Christmas? You might not be the only one and the crowds of tourists can spoil your experience. To avoid this check out this list: "Tourist Traps to Avoid, What to Do, Where to Eat"...plus you will find some handy tips for places to eat! #CzechPragueOut

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A fantastic curry that turned out just like the one I had at a local Indian restaurant recently. It is a really full flavored curry thanks to the coconut milk which a lot of recipes I have seen often don't use. I really like the moist chicken texture of...

from rasamalaysia.com

Seafood Curry Recipe (Malaysian Indian-Style)

Seafood Curry (Malaysian Indian-Style) recipe - For my US readers, you might be more familiar with Thai or Indian curries offered here at Thai or Indian restaurants. Malaysian curries are quite different. Unlike Thai curries, Malaysian curries are not sweet because coconut milk is used sparingly to complement the spices but not overshadow their tastes. #malaysian #curry #seafood

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