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November 21, 2004

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Thordur Arnason

Actually, if you live in Mont Dora, Florida you can visit your local Icelandic restaurant, The Frosty Mug :)

http://www.thefrostymug.com/about.htm

Alberto

Thordur, I promise that if I evere happen to be in Mount Dora, FL I'll try The Frosty Mug. How dooes it compare to real Icelandic food?

debjani

I am a Bengali living in Berlin, and I am sad to say that you are right. I have lived my whole life in Europe and have always left Indian restaurants either very disappointed or very broke. This may be accounted for by the fact that almost every standard curry house in Europe is in fact run by Bangladeshis not Indians. As my Dad's family is Bangladeshi I think I'm qualified to say that we are the worst cooks on the subcontinent. I think that you would all be much better off using your money to buy Madhur Jaffrey's Essentials of Indian cooking.
ps. Having said all this there are a few reasonably priced South Indians around Gare du Nord in Paris.

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