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Teji's Indian in Round Rock


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Teji's Indian in Round Rock

sweetbasil | Feb 10, 2007 12:15 PM

This opened up about 3 months ago in the same plaza off 620 in which Hao Hao resides. It's a small grocery and restaurant run by a charming husband/wife team.

We ate there for the first time last weekend and had some hits and some misses.

The samosas were good, quite standard but fresh and delicious.

The butter chicken was fantastic (and generous), as was the naan and garlic naan. The Goat Curry combination was disappointing. The portions were tiny, and the goat itself was predominantly bones and overly salted. The accompanying daal and sabji were delicious, however. Since this is Northern Indian, it's not as spicy as you might be used to, and you'll note that the raita is a bit different than most (lots of black pepper) but very tasty.

The kheer was excellent; perhaps the best I've had so far. It was thicker than most and wonderfully floral.

You can order online and pick up for convenience. The grocery store is worth checking out as well -- the frozen dosas are surprisingly good for a quick lunch; there are lots of tasty snacks and paneer for sale, too.

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