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Posted: Oct 13, 2008 9:49 pm
 
Had food from this place tonight:

http://saigruhamemphis.com/aboutus.aspx

Mr. Prabhakar can cook.
Posted: Oct 14, 2008 9:18 am
 
Do they have luch trough(buffet)?
Posted: Oct 14, 2008 9:05 pm
 
Re buffet: Don't think so. Vindaloo fish was exceptional. Great vegetarian dishes. Prices were reasonable. Portions were average-sized. Definitely a go-back-to place.
Posted: Oct 15, 2008 10:08 am
 
that right near me work...how big is the market..spices?
Posted: Oct 15, 2008 11:51 pm
 
small market with limited selection. food worth the trip but should pick up menu so could call in order for future trips. otherwise, twenty minute wait. haven't tried any of the indo-chinese fusion food, but looks appealing.

"Chinese cuisine is a very popular cuisine in India and one can find innumerable food joints serving Indo-Chinese fusion cuisine. A number of Indian kitchens,five star hotels,restaurants and wayside dhabas cook and serve this fusion food which involves a different cooking style i.e cooking in a wok with Indian herbs and spices like green chillis,red chilies,coriander,black pepper,garam masala and using Chinese cooking methods and spices like soya sauce,vinegar,tomato sauce,chilli-garlic sauce. This fusion food is very tasty, flavorful and a refreshing change for the Indian palate. Chilli Paneer,Gobi Manchurian, Crispy Schezuan Prawns, American Chopsuey ,Chilli Chicken and Rice dishes like Chicken Fried Rice and Veg Fried Rice are some of the Indo-Cuisine specialities."
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