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Keema? (Cleveland)

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Do any Indian restaurants in Cleveland serve keema? It may be spelled qeema. Are there any Pakistani restaurants in Cleveland?

Keema is a spiced, ground meat dish. I remember it being very spicy and I'd like to find a rendition that is spicy, too. Wikipedia says that it can be used as a filling for samosas or naan or that it can be formed into kababs. That's not really what I'm after, but I guess that I'll take what I can get.

What was the name of the little Indian restaurant in the Cedar Warrensville shopping center? They introduced me to this dish.

Thank you.

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  1. Cafe Tandoor (there's one in Cleveland Hts but I usually go to the one in Aurora) makes a mean meat samosa but it's got more of a Northern Indian vibe with pistachios and cloves. Not sure what the Cedar Center place was - could it have been Turkish rather than Indian?

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    Cafe Tandoor
    2096 S Taylor Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118