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May 10, 2008 05:34 AM

Take Out Indian- NE Baltimore

Any recs for good indian food I can carry out?


I live in the NE Baltimore area....

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  1. Mt Everest on Belair Road in the shopping center with K-Mart and Salvo Auto Parts (just outside the beltway) - I've never had takeout here - I always sat down and dined.

    Kitchen of India on Joppa Road in Parkville - they do lots of take out business.

    1. Tamber's Diner will prepare carry-out food as well. For the price I find them to be better than the Ambassador, seriously.

      1. I love Cafe Spice on York Road in Towson. I much prefer Cafe Spice to Kitchen of India. However, Yeti (also on York Road, but just off of Northern Parkway) delivers and is actually pretty good.

        1. I like Mt Everest as well. They also have a location at 4907 Frankford Ave which delivers.

          1. I thought Mt Everest was on the greasy side. Not very good. I don't know about the Frankford Rd location; only ate at the one on Belair Rd. Wouldn't go there again.

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            1. re: trillgirl

              It's funny - I've been to the Belair Rd location of Mt Everest twice and just loved it. I talked it up and my neighbor went there (he is also a big Kitchen of India - Joppa Rd fan) and he didn't like it at all. Maybe they are inconsistent? Maybe it's because it's a new location?

              BTW ronandaim, I disagree with you about Cafe Spice vs Kitchen of India, but I guess I'll just have to agree to disagree. : )

              1. re: Whitemarshjohn

                I find Kitchen of India to be bland. Plus I think the owners of Cafe Spice are fantastic. If you have only ever tried Cafe Spice's buffet, I urge you to go there for dinner. I'm not a big fan of their buffet (or any buffet for that matter), but the dinner menu can't be beat!

                1. re: ronandaim

                  I don't particularly like the Kitchen of India buffet, but when you order off the menu, they do have some very authentic flavors if you ask for it. I also like Cafe Spice but Kitchen of India is a little closer to where I live, so I go there often.