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For ex Sri Lanka Curry House fans

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This may be old news (sorry if so) but a friend alerted me to the fact that
the lady (the owner-chef's wife I guess) who used to be at the Sri lanka Curry House (much missed) is now doing her stuff Mondays (only) at the Highland Grill.
http://www.highlandgrill.com/
Am going to check it out in a couple of weeks when I am next in town on a Monday.
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Highland Grill
771 Cleveland Ave S, Saint Paul, MN 55116

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  1. That would be Heather. And she does know her food!

    1. Would love to hear from some folks who have been. Thanks

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      1. re: stymie

        We went tonight. Butter chicken curry with curried potato fries, dhal, & collard greens stirred with coconut. Served with papadums; a sweet potato chutney & a cilantro-habanero sambol for $14.95. Delicious & filling-I so miss that place! For dessert she served a scoop of Izzy's vanilla ice cream with a coconut syrup sauce (reminiscent of maple syrup, actually)-topped with chili spiced walnuts. Perfect accompaniment to the dinner, & not too heavy (unlike my son's root beer float-this is the Highland Grill after all!)

        Two thumbs up...

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        Highland Grill
        771 Cleveland Ave S, Saint Paul, MN 55116

        1. re: Josie

          Heather (aka the Curry Diva) is hosting an Indonesian Feast at the Edina Grill on Wed November 10th. A family style Indonesian curry meal with wine pairings for $55.
          Sounds great too!

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          Edina Grill
          5028 France Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55410

          1. re: Josie

            Great to hear that it was good...being a Sri Lankan and having just returned from Sri Lanka after 3 weeks of great food I'm craving some now!! I did have couple of questions....

            1. Was it a set menu - as in, did you only have 1 or maybe 2 choices?
            2. What about the spice level - when I eat Sri Lankan, I like to sweat so I hope it's not watered down...

            Thanks in advance.

            1. re: rjayasuriya

              Mmmm...Indonesian feast!

              It was a set menu with the one entree, which I believe changes from Monday to Monday. The chutney & the sambol were served on the side. The server instructed us to add small amounts to the dish, tasting for spiciness. It was spicy, but not too spicy, & Heather Jansz was circulating through the restaurant throughout our meal, so you might be able to request more spice.

              1. re: Josie

                Thanks for the info. I will check it out.