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Location: Washington, DC Ambience: Casual, Bolllywood, Cafe Price Range: Inexpensive Seat Availability: Weeknights are better, early or late dinner. No reservations accepted. Parking: Street parking Metro accessible: Yes, Columbia Heights (Green & Yellow lines) is the nearest Website: http://www.bombaystreetfood.us/ Worth it? YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR   OVERALL: Opened in 2019, Bombay Street Food caters of street foods of Mumbai (formerly Bombay). The cafe-like ambiance and small (relatively) plates of casual Indian street food at an inexpensive price is what you can expect from this restaurant. The food and the portion size is decent, somewhat spicy, 2 street dishes per person shall suffice. Overall, for the most part, it is authentic, but some dishes lack identity and are not what we get back...

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Pappe (literally means brother) is a new Indian restaurant that has opened in Logan Circle, Washington, DC. It is a good hangout for someone who aspires a modern setting with a traditional dining experience that is reasonably priced. The restaurant features food from the Indian state of Punjab and also has some dishes from the south. The service is excellent, the bread needs some work, and when I went there, they had just opened up so they did not have any desserts.

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I hope you all had a great weekend and enjoying a great start to your Tuesday morning… I wanted to share my experience at Indique in Cleveland Park. I had a business meeting and decided to go there. This location is one of the flagship Indian restaurants of Washington, DC and has stood the test of time for years. I heard that there has been a change in the chef, so I thought it would be a good idea to try the place. The ambience at Indique and Indique Heights (now closed) has always been great. The artwork on the walls, their hospitality, and selection of wines has always been good. It was not my first time here, so I...

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Taj Campton Place

Campton Place Restaurant is housed in the iconic Taj Campton Place Hotel located in the heart of Union Square. It is located at 340 Stockton Street, Located on the corner of Stockton & Sutter. It is a Modern Indian meets Californian cuisine Michelin Star restaurant that received 2 Michelin starts for 2016. My friends and I decide to visit this restaurant and try out it's creation. Cuisine: Modern Indian Ambience: Formal Dining   As you would expect from a Michelin star restaurant, the service was exceptional. The staff attended us well and treated us with great care. Overall, this place is a must visit. The service is exceptional and so is the food. I went for the Spice Route Pre-fix...

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WASHINGTON, DC - Rasika West End (Sunday Brunch)

This past weekend, I went to Rasika in the West End, which is perhaps the number one Indian restaurant, not only in DC, but in the entire United States. Sunday brunch is a concept that Rasika has recently added to their menu. It is a limited selection of curries and other items including Appetizers, Entrees, Breads, and Desserts, with Tea and Coffee. The array of options is clean and simple. I ordered Crab Poha as my appetizer. Poha, a flat rice dish lightly spiced and made with potatoes, cauliflower, or green peas, depending on the region. It is light and dry, usually with some coconut. The one I had at Rasika was made with crab; I thought it was an excellent...

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