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    Physics, 2011 - present
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I went in for a full three course, beginning with croquet-shaped falafel (the only native Egyptian dish I had, perhaps biasing this review against the proficiency of the cooks) that was crunchy with a warm, thick center, salad (garnished with toasted pita chips and raspberry vinaigrette) and chicken vindaloo with rice and pita. While I was quite impressed with the spice and mouthfeel of the sauce, the chicken was at times rubbery and at others indistinguishable from the well-cooked potatoes. The rice and naan (as well as the numerous pickles provided with each course) cleansed the palate and made the meal much more vibrant. The real treat was the baklava, which was firm with a ribbon of chopped nut filling and finely coated with honey.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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