Oh, We Think We’re in Love

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  1. indiaorunadu   October 1, 2009 at 7:04 pm

    u might be [Trash Talk], do you know how one india restaurant owner stuggles to meet needs, let me explain.

    With liitle bit saving and a big loan we buy a restaurant or start.

    We need to pay our loan money back to bank each month.

    Recession, pepole come to buffet only.

    Then getting good chefs is also tough. Above all [trash talk] like to fu## our ass.

    Next time [trash talk].

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Stop whining and learn to cook.

    Most Indian restaurants we’ve been to in the U.S. are the same – Pathetic food compounded by pitiful service.

    We’ve been to scores of Indian restaurants in the U.S. (from the Mexico border to the Canadian border) and our experience has been usually unpleasant (with rare exceptions, of course).

    Here are a few of our Indian restaurant reviews: Dhaba, Rangoli, Anjappar, Aangan and Hoysala. Enjoy.

  2. shuaib68   October 2, 2009 at 2:30 am

    SI:Stop whining and learn to cook.

    A sound advice. Here in Abu Dhabi too, there are too many Indian restaurants just dishing out shitty stuff and expect us to remain silent as if it’s an Annadhanam. They forget that We Pay Money – They are in a Business.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    You write: They forget that We Pay Money – They are in a Business.

    Our thoughts. Exactly. 🙂

  3. boopalanj   October 2, 2009 at 10:48 am

    Oh, here too.

    They treat customers like dogs.

    If you carry some kind of bags or something, the shop of big swines [Saravana stores, et al], would tie / staple the opening of your bags with a plastic element. That, to stop you from stealing items and putting into the bag.

    Some big businesses do it better, they have a cloak room kind of them with a token system, where you can keep belongings and go. These people find stolen items with the help of RFID.

    When it comes to restaurants, one of the Anjappars here was not that good. In fact, was unpleasant. Very few such as Ponnusamy / Amaravathi [andhra] tasted good.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Based on our unpleasant experience, we strongly recommend people not waste their money by going to dumpsters like Saravana Bhavan and Anjappar.

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