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erica | Jul 18, 201908:13 AM     4

Can it be true that the best Indian place I've eaten in in NYC (and I've made a number of visits to India) can have no representation on CH???

I spend most of the summer on the North Fork but each time I drive into Manhattan I make it a point to stop for takeaway at ADDA. Lovely people, walking distance from east midtown across the Bridge. So far have loved: Saag Paneer; lamb curry (wish meat was cooked longer and would be more tender); butter chicken; chana masala; mango lassi; nan with Amul cheese and chili. Every dish was a BIG hit except the lamb, as I mentioned should have been cooked longer but still, sauce fabulous and rice equally so! Deserves more CH fans!! The naan never made it across the bridge, and we scarped it up in the car. Long lives to all of you at ADDA!!

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