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MSP Royal India Restaurant in Plymouth

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Enso Nov 2, 2008 06:00 AM

Not sure when they opened, but we noticed them and stopped the other day. They have a lunch buffet, I believe it's every day of the week. Different offerings, though similar in some respects to Taste of India. Some things I liked better, some things not as much as ToI. Good quality, everything tasted fresh and flavorful, my dining companion wished for a few more offerings. Lunch for two, no beverages, came to $21.

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    g_rote RE: Enso Nov 3, 2008 01:23 PM

    where in Plymouth?

    1. cayjohan RE: Enso Nov 3, 2008 07:29 PM

      What is the spice level, in your opinion? We're looking for some really "Indian-spicy" Indian food, and have not found it. Cay

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        vadouvan RE: cayjohan Nov 3, 2008 07:53 PM

        Info for Royal India (thanks to Google):
        4190 Vinewood Ln N, #120
        Plymouth, MN 55442
        www.royalindiamn.com

        Cay, your best bet is likely Kabob's. India Cafe is up there as well, and I've heard good things about Curry Up but haven't been.

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        Kabobs Restaurant and Meat Shop
        7814 Portland Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55420

        TBS India Cafe
        7826 Portland Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55420

        Curryup Foods
        13601 Grove Dr, Osseo, MN

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          ajaani RE: vadouvan Nov 6, 2008 01:37 PM

          I heard that Kabob's Restaurant have expanded. They have another location open in Maple Grove. They have lunch buffet daily at this location. They are right across the street from Curry up. It used to be Kabob & Curry before.

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          Enso RE: cayjohan Nov 6, 2008 03:56 AM

          About the same as ToI, if you've been there. A couple items had a hint too much sweetness for my taste. There was a cauliflower, potato, melange that was very tasty and on the hot side; not unbearable, but very, very noticeable in the mouth. They serve the usual condiments.

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