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    (Original post by Ndella)
    Vindaloo
    I think that would result in you being sat on the toilet continuously also.
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    (Original post by College_Dropout)
    Not salty but sweet, goes nice with a hot curry.
    Oh alright. Need to try that soon.
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    Vindaloo with a desert of 1 ton of Jalabi.
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    (Original post by Ndella)
    Vindaloo
    What is that ? Never heard of it.
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    Tarka Dal :blush:
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    (Original post by College_Dropout)
    I think that would result in you being sat on the toilet continuously also.
    Yep, I'm prepared lol

    I actually prefer Chicken Madras. I miss the Indian takeaway I used to get it from
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    (Original post by Graceful_Lawyer)
    What is that ? Never heard of it.
    It's this super spicy curry. I don't know the actual peppers used but it tastes like hell apparently.
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    Chicken tikka balti, keema nan, sag aloo and cauliflower bhaji.
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    I wanna say mine but I'm too worried about insults :lol:

    EDIT - Don't kill me

    Kheer, Bombay Mix, Jalebi and Gulab Juman

    But I wanna Keema Nan now though, never tried it properly :cry2:
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    Poppadoms and mango chutney!
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    Idli Sambar


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    I would eat lamb Madras until my sphincter literally turns into a flamethrower.
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    (Original post by darcus aernelius)
    Keema naan...:cool::cool: King's food..
    I've never really been to India, so I can't really say but my friend went and said that Kati rolls are delicious, so is Bhelpuri.
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    (Original post by Graceful_Lawyer)
    Lol haha. I want aloo ka paratha now, with samosa chaat!
    I just had aloo paratha for breakfast :drool:
    Was the best thing everrrr with achaar :lol:
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    Well, I'm Indian, so... I guess everything
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    Panipuri.

    Pani - made with tamarind, mint, coriander, cumin
    Golgappa - has to be crispy yet strong with space for filling
    Filling - potato, chickpea, onion, sev, coriander, mint chutney

    This is my heaven. Welcome, all.

    By the way, there's a great place in Wembley that serves just this. A side stall on Ealing Road, could easily walk past it without realising what it is but there's always a crowd snacking on all sorts outside this place. Closest I've gotten to great Indian street food outside of India itself.
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    Panipuri.

    Pani - made with tamarind, mint, coriander, cumin
    Golgappa - has to be crispy yet strong with space for filling
    Filling - potato, chickpea, onion, sev, coriander, mint chutney

    This is my heaven. Welcome, all.

    By the way, there's a great place in Wembley that serves just this. A side stall on Ealing Road, could easily walk past it without realising what it is but there's always a crowd snacking on all sorts outside this place. Closest I've gotten to great Indian street food outside of India itself.
    I BEEN THERE. That place has the best pani puri, dahi puri, sev puri. Damn.
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    Panipuri.

    Pani - made with tamarind, mint, coriander, cumin
    Golgappa - has to be crispy yet strong with space for filling
    Filling - potato, chickpea, onion, sev, coriander, mint chutney

    This is my heaven. Welcome, all.

    By the way, there's a great place in Wembley that serves just this. A side stall on Ealing Road, could easily walk past it without realising what it is but there's always a crowd snacking on all sorts outside this place. Closest I've gotten to great Indian street food outside of India itself.
    Wembley is basically an indian enclave tbf. Chennai Dosa <3

    We don't have that many great indian eateries. Just the standard curry houses.

    Although for me: Butter chicken (with tandoori roti/naan), Chole bhature, Samosa, pakora (onion, bread, aloo), papri chaat, masala dosa (with sambar)


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    (Original post by Asklepios)
    Wembley is basically an indian enclave tbf. Chennai Dosa <3

    We don't have that many great indian eateries. Just the standard curry houses.

    Although for me: Butter chicken (with tandoori roti/naan), Chole bhature, Samosa, pakora (onion, bread, aloo), papri chaat, masala dosa (with sambar)


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    Wembley Chennai Dosa has closed down. </3
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    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    Wembley Chennai Dosa has closed down. </3
    Wat.

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