Madras "curry house" Indian

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Madras "curry house" Indian

Post by horace »

Don't know how long it's been around but after being introduced to the place by the Indians at work this is now my go to for a ruby. Spot on in my opinion, no extras as in Sri Punjab nibbles but who needs those? Recommend Southern Thali ( no meat) , chicken 62 ( KFC hot and spicey) , veg Sambar also very good as is the vindaloo and pork madras. Sri Punjab always makes me feel sick after because they use way too much gee plus the Indian version of MSG.
Anyway check them out on St 63 south near/ just past the fake mexican place sunrise tacos?
Good curry places must be encouraged .
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Ah, I've passed this place. Hole in the wall, right? I'll have to stop next time. Pass it often.
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Madras... Haven't they been open for years?! I've never even seen them but the name sounds really familiar. What average price range are we looking at?
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General Mackevili wrote:Pass it often.
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I've met ras, I wouldn't describe him as mad!
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Post by vladimir »

Who serves the best spicy Madras/generic Indian curry in town?


I do not like Irish stew posing as curry.
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Post by EdinWigan »

When it comes to Curry and good service, you can learn a lot from the British:

Remember your Karma helps a Wet Child In Wigan !
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