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South of Denver: Indian & other restaurants recs in Aurora, Lakewood, Centennial, Englewood and thereabouts, please

ninrn | Nov 19, 201312:28 PM     1

Have to be in Lakewood on Saturday morning. We will be driving up from central New Mexico, staying overnight Friday, probably in the Centennial/Englewood area, then hitting Lakewood in the morning and driving back home. Does anyone have a recommendation for a really good, authentic Indian (preferably South Indian) non-vegetarian restaurant in Aurora (or any of those other areas). We've seen some glowing reviews of a place called Jai Ho, but of course, there are several people on Yelp who hate it as well. Have any Denver Metro Chowhounds tried it?

We'll also probably be getting breakfast in Lakewood or in the area of our hotel (sort of that Tech Center area). Any recommendations for a nice clean place with somewhat healthy breakfast options would be greatly appreciated, too.

Thank you,
Ninrn

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