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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    I was under the impression that "Indian" food wasn't very wide spread in the United States.

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    Surely not as widespread as "Chinese" food but quite popular.
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    Several very good Indian restaurants in Rochester.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Several very good Indian restaurants in Rochester.PE
    Likewise in the Detroit area. Lot of Indian engineers employed by the Detroit 3.

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    Michigan has some good Indian food...
    I do mis "Passage to India" in Berkely and "Pria" in troy. The one Indian resturant I have sampled in vancouver was a sad disappointment

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    I googled Indian Restaurants Las Vegas and came up with a half-dozen or so. No idea as to the quality, but it seems to exist out there with some competition, so one should hope that at least one of them is better than acceptable.

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    There are some excellent Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    There are some excellent Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas.

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    Ditto...
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    In New Jersey I've seen more Indian restaurants than I thought could exist in the world. As far as food is concerned I've died and gone to heaven!

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    Vegas? Huh?

    Was KC's transportation infrastructure (those tiny little roads like I-70, I-35, US 169, etc) and low cost of living just too much to bear?

    I can mail-order from anyone -- Freestyle, B&H, etc -- but part of my draw for these guys was that they were local. Oh well.

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    Can anyone tell me what PMA is, I have not heard of it, What's the jist of it?
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