Damn that sounds really good.
I just called them to see if they are open on Thanksgiving and the answer is a big YES. Thanks for the idea, David.
Chutney's on 15th is better.
There is no good Indian food to be found in Seattle. Mirch is okay, certainly better than Chutneys.
@4 agreed. you have to go to the UK to get truly authentic, amazing spicy indian food. or that crazy indian neighborhood in vancouver ("little india"?) with the rought iron fences around every house.
Seattle just doesn't cut it. (sadly, because i really love indian food.)
Flaky spinach? Ewww.
It just occurred to be that you may be thinking of naan, which could potentially be flaky and also has the "aa" vowel construction.
Hey, Tybalt. Yer cuz is a real wild whore in bed. YES YES YES.
am i the only one who gets massive shits after eating indian food? it leaves me on the toilet for about 2 hours.
Nothing compares to Cedar's on Brooklyn in the U-District. Tasty and fun.
And India too, I'll bet.
@11: That's not authentic.
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