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[PDX] Lentil Garden; Promising Indian Food

aristo | Jun 9, 200603:44 AM     1

Went there today following the recommendation of EGOR (see 6/4 below).
The food was very good. Lets just hope they don’t start cutting corners in the future. Items I tried: Dosa (#15) with 4 dipping sauces - excellent; Dahl Vada (cold lentil “donuts” in yogurt sauce) – very good. (Save the leftover yogurt sauce. Very refreshing to eat like raita for balancing later spicy dishes.) Dhania Ghost (Lamb; braised slowly in cilantro sauce) – very tender; excellent. Mixed Vegetable Curry: good, but not as exceptional as the other dishes. Main dishes come with a choice of rice, Nan or Roti (both are very good). I will definitely come back to check the rest of the menu and try their lunch buffet too. The initial meal place them as potentially my new favorite Indian restaurant in town.
[503-531-0802. 18033 NW Evergreen Pkwy, Suite-C (Across from the VerizonWireless store)]

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