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  1. We can assume this establishment is in NJ somewhere?

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    1. re: equal_Mark

      It's in Mount Laurel--- I've been there several times and enjoyed every meal. In fact, I think it's one of the best Indian Restaurants in South Jersey. Great breads and sauces. I have never tried their buffet, though.

      1. re: equal_Mark

        Mark the address is on the contact tab on their website.....

        John thankyou I'm hearing so many good things about this place gotta go check it out soon...

        1. re: Tapas52

          Sorry, I don't feel users here should be expected to be playing "Where's Waldo" on linked restaurant websites to figure out their location. It is often unlikely to be in an area that a user here is interested in, and as a result is a waste of time. If the location can't (for what reason I don't understand) be stated in the title, it should at least be shown in the body of the post.

        2. re: equal_Mark

          Yes, It would be helpful if the OP would state location and something beside just posting a link. After all this ain't twitter.

          1. re: Quine

            Not to mention :
            "WHERE IS THAT?

            Because this board covers the whole state, it's important that you clearly indicate which area you're interested in when you start a new thread, whether it's a question or a report on a meal. Include the name of the city or area you're interested in in the title of your thread.

            When you're searching for information, you should also use place names in your search terms to narrow down the number of threads you get back.

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            By Jacquilynne on May 12, 2010 10:47PM"

            1. re: Quine

              I wasn't aware of the "LOCATION" rule in posting.....but in the future I'll keep it in mind...

              1. re: Tapas52

                I wouldn't sweat it. I saw the subject line and new exactly where it was as we've been there.

                The food was tasty, the naan was fresh, and the flavors werre magnificent. Nice ambiance as well, and was pleased to see so many Indian families there when we were there. I had the seekh kabab, and my wife had the Navrattan curry. Two entrees with rice and a side of naan came to just under $28/ Heck of a good deal based on the quality of the kebab that I had. Was very pleased and will be backin the future. -mJ

                1. re: njfoodies

                  njfoodies...thank you,.. for the review..we will definitly head out there soon...the kebab & Curry sounds wonderful. Indian food is slowly becoming one of our favorites.