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Madras Cafe in East Village -- Yummy Kosher Indian

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Amy Tarshis Jul 27, 2000 10:53 AM

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If you haven't been to the Madras Cafe, an all-vegetarian Indian place that is very good, very inexpensive and is supervised by Rabbi Ackerman, a halachic kind of guy.

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    Larry Aug 13, 2000 03:28 PM

    If you haven't been there, then what?

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      Michael Jul 28, 2000 02:01 AM

      I'm a regular there, since shortly after they opened. A true breath of fresh air amid all the Bangladeshi places on 6th St. I like their soups, masala dosas, and utthapams. Delicious desserts, too.

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        Jim Leff Jul 28, 2000 01:13 AM

        You're back!

        For those who don't know, Amy's a veteran from the days of the old Chowhound Airplane...

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          Amy Tarshis Jul 31, 2000 01:56 PM

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          Hi Jim, thanks for the welcome.
          What can I say...I went to Israel for four months and "Yidd-ed Out"! I am determined to find decent kosher food. A real chalenge. A new fave is Cafe K an all-fresh grilled fish place that is small and chic...and cheap too. It's off of Coney Island Avenue on Avenue K. Try the fish kabobs, they are great and priced at $6.50, most items there are $7-$10. It's good clean food. Also, I've become a fan of Gottlieb's awesome $9.00 steak. A total bargain in Hasidic Williamsburgh.

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