RIP Chautara

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Re: RIP Chautara

Postby Detritus » Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:57 am

Broadsheet wrote:It was where I went to eat goat dishes. Does the other restaurant have it on the menu?

Yes, they got your goat. Swagat on the far west side also has excellent goat, Punjabi style in their case.

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Re: RIP Chautara

Postby Stebben84 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:18 am

Broadsheet wrote:It was where I went to eat goat dishes. Does the other restaurant have it on the menu?


Jamerica has curried goat, although the last time I had it(few years ago) I was unimpressed.

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Re: RIP Chautara

Postby morriskatze » Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:21 pm

snoqueen wrote:]I love Dobhan though and maybe it'll get even better with 100% of the owner's attention. Also it's got just about the prettiest interior (the floor!) of any restaurant I can think of.


Every time I've been to Dobhan it's taken about an hour to get a meal - I mean, no food for one hour from ordering. Is that how it usually goes there?

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Re: RIP Chautara

Postby lukpac » Tue Jul 23, 2013 11:27 pm

morriskatze wrote:Every time I've been to Dobhan it's taken about an hour to get a meal - I mean, no food for one hour from ordering. Is that how it usually goes there?


Some times aren't as fast as others, but I wouldn't say that is my usual experience.


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