Ok, you want to eat and you're hungry, but eat what? and how to choose? you are staring at 10 meters of food, then make a u turn and there is another ten meters of colorful dishes. There's the white and the red and green and the brown, all spread out neatly and displayed with a name describing what it is. I should have brought my Indian-English dictionary, feeling like an American tourist in a village where no one speaks English and I'm hungry. Everything looks appetizing, but should I chose the chicken karma, the vandaloo, or the saag? I'm lost, so I'll try a little bit of everything. Next, I see goat ashari and, hoping it is not spicy, I take a few cubes. OK, now I see chick peas in red sauce, and lentils in brown sauce, and yellow cauliflower. MMMMM, I am not looking at names anymore and if it looks good, I take it. I see yogurt. I like yogurt but there are three kinds and one of them is sweet. Oh! God help me! My plate is getting full and the sauces are starting to intertwine, and I have not yet even gotten to the side dishes. I look at their appellations: Onion Paratha, Spinach Pakora, Kodi Mirapakai Vepudu, all added to my plate that is starting to look like gourmet greed. I have not made the u turn yet. I feel gastronomically insane and feel that I've got to stop. I go to my table but, Oh the bread, I forgot the bread: the naan. Finally I return to my table to binge on these delicious varieties of wonderfully cooked food to the point where it did not matter that I am mixing in bites of sweet with the sour. I recommend this restaurant highly and I am going back soon to enjoy the u turn and the other side of that neat and very rich buffet.
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