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A good Indian restaurant in Brooklyn?

FoodWine | Aug 15, 200704:08 PM     41

Does one exist?
Or do we have to go to Manhattan for non-mushy, non super oily
Indian food?

I am primarily interested in areas close to Park Slope & Prospect Heights.

We have tried and not liked:
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-Joy on Flatbush.
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-Or the even worse one on Vanderbilt (I do not remember the name, "next"
to Fermented Grapes -a great wine store).
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-Or Amin on 7th.
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What we do not like are these super oily sauces, and rice cooked to
mush (for example the Biryani rice at Joy, yikes) overcooked vegetables,
or frozen vegetables: the one on Vanderbilt Avenue.

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