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nihari? (Cleveland)

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stuart Jul 31, 2011 01:36 PM

I didn't have much luck with a previous thread asking about keema in Cleveland. As it turns out, I had the name wrong. It's actually called nihari.

It's a spicy meat stew. I think it may be found in parts of India but it's more common in Pakistan. I had it at the Indian restaurant that was ultimately replaced by Anatolia.

Are there any Pakistani restaurants in Cleveland? Has anyone seen this on a menu at any Indian restaurants?

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    wkennedyjr Aug 1, 2011 11:17 AM

    I frequent an Indian Restaurant in Belden Village, North Canton named Bombay Sitar. This is the best place for Indian food I've found in the Northeast Ohio region. If you don't need Indian specific, try Ali Babas
    (216) 251-2040
    West Park
    12021 Lorain Ave
    Cleveland, OH 44111

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    Bombay Sitar Restaurant
    4633 Belden Village St NW, Canton, OH 44718

    Ali Baba Cafe
    , Indianapolis, IN 46254

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