When it comes to curry, I'm very picky. So many cultures offer their version of this very Indian dish that one can easily become confused. For me, the clear winner in this battle of the curries has always been the Indian variety made in the country of Guyana, South America. That's why I was salivating with anticipation when I found Guyanese curry as a menu item featured prominently as one of the many eclectic offerings at Fusions. I was not disappointed. Fusions's Guyanese curry tasted just as I remembered it from my childhood--creamy in texture like the Thai version but without the overpowering coconut milk taste; spicy but not aggressive enough to offend a Western palette. The dish came with roti (an Indian tortilla) that had a scrumptious buttery aftertaste. The only negative note was that you had to order fried plantain and fluffy white rice separately. Come on Fusions; don't you know that curry must be served with rice? Some might find it a bit pricey, but it was well worth it. Also on the positive side, I had left my iPad on the seat next to me and was half way home before I missed it. The waitress had my iPad waiting for me when I returned in a panic. Great curry and an honest staff. You can't ask for much more.
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