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    (Original post by Asklepios)
    Wat.

    I did exactly that on the street right outside where Chennai Dosa once used to be. :moon: New place has opened... Kailash Parbat. Its meh.
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    I don't eat a lot of Indian food, but I do like those poppadums - I still can't locate them at Giant. :xmasgrin:
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    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    I BEEN THERE. That place has the best pani puri, dahi puri, sev puri. Damn.

    (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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    (Original post by Tennumbers)
    Wembley Chennai Dosa has closed down. </3
    Check out Saravana Bhavan. It's just across the road from where Chennai Dosa used to be. Really diverse menu with all kinds of Indian dishes and even quite a lot of Indo-Chinese. Cheap as chips for crazy good quality (imo... ) Great atmosphere, clean and relatively fast service (if you can get a seat) from my experience.
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    (Original post by "Wanted")
    Check out Saravana Bhavan. It's just across the road from where Chennai Dosa used to be. Really diverse menu with all kinds of Indian dishes and even quite a lot of Indo-Chinese. Cheap as chips for crazy good quality (imo... ) Great atmosphere, clean and relatively fast service (if you can get a seat) from my experience.
    Been there too Thier Paneer Chilli is to die for! And omg service is crazy fast! No one beats Chennai Dosa's dosas tho.. they were just brilliant for dosas and salted lassi! Saravana Bhavan was nice tho.. enjoyed it :yy:
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    I don't know where it originated from but Biryani & Pilau. A traditional delicacy in my birthplace.
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    (Original post by Graceful_Lawyer)
    I've never had Peshawari naan, is it salty?

    I love Saag, use to hate it before. And oh, palak paneer is just WOW!!!
    Peshwari Nan is filled with ground, sweet almonds.
    It's mildly sweet.
    And now I'm thinking about it.

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    I think Paneer.
 
 
 
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