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Posted using LJTalk... [Sep. 23rd, 2006|04:34 pm]
Artur Bergman
I just had an amazing indian dinner at place on regent street, oh why can't I get good indian food in SF?
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From: cdibona
2006-09-24 03:05 am (UTC)

Go across the bay...

Berkeley has a number of great indian places. There was one place in the nob hill region that is solid that I'll take you to next time I'm in the city.
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[User Picture]From: keltickolor
2006-09-24 03:55 am (UTC)
Isn't there really good Indian food in Berkely?
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[User Picture]From: keltickolor
2006-09-24 03:56 am (UTC)
(Or maybe I should make sure I read other comment first to avoid redundancy)
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[User Picture]From: jtrevino
2006-09-24 07:05 am (UTC)

Indian Oven in SF

On Fillmore between Haight & Waller. I don't know if I'd say "great", but it's quite good.
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[User Picture]From: publius_ovidius
2006-09-24 10:37 pm (UTC)
Until I moved to the UK, I used to say that I didn't like Indian food. So far, I've only had one Indian meal I really enjoyed but it was fantastic. Other than that, it's still barf on a plate in my book.
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[User Picture]From: jtavan
2006-09-27 06:57 am (UTC)

Go to where the Indians are.

Perhaps you need to venture further down the peninsula to the areas of highest Indian population concentration. There are a number of at least acceptable Indian places in Mountain View and Santa Clara. I have recently been enjoying the Andhra cuisine at Southern Spice Bistro on El Camino Real one block north of San Antonio. Nothing fancy - it's attached to a Holiday Inn - but the food is much better than I ever expect.
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