Indian restaurants around the world

@fizzytom (759)
Maribor, Slovenia
February 6, 2007 7:21am CST
Last week we were in Germany and we ate at an indian restaurant in Koblenz. Other times we have had Indian food in Iceland, Poland and Armenia. Do you know any Indian restaurants in countries other than India? Are they good? Is the food authentic? Do you think some Indian restaurants make the food milder to satisfy the diners from that country?
3 responses
@scooby_13 (176)
• Italy
8 Feb 07
I don't have eat in a indian restaurant
@fizzytom (759)
• Maribor, Slovenia
8 Feb 07
I didn't see any Italian restaurants in Italy. I think Italians know their food is very good and don't feel the need to try other food so much as the British do! The Italians should be very proud of their excellent cooking!
• Philippines
11 Feb 07
hi, there's this interesting indian restaurant in manila philippines called Prince of Jaipur. it's one of the few restaurants here to offer authentic north indian cuisine.
6 Feb 07
That's a lot of questions... I am from India originally but I live in London. So I have eaten at a lot of Indian places in London. Indian food - normally referred to as a curry in England can be so different. What English people appreciate in a curry is very different too. Some like it really really hot, so they would go for a curry after a heavy drinking night and order the hottest dish on the menu. On the other hand there are a lot of restaurants that taste very authentic and still you would have english people visiting appreciating the authentic flavours. So one of my favourite Indian food restaurant 'Ragam' in in London is as good as eating in India if not better.