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    A Hindu belief is that everything is God and contains the divine energy of God; therefore it is worthy of worship. At the Curry Club in Ashburn, the food is certainly worthy of worship. The Your Best Dish crew headed in to figure out just how two scintillating dishes (Kashmiri Lamb Korma and Seekh Kabab Gilafi) are converted from simple ingredients into culinary gifts for the pallet.

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    Our chefs are from North India, we have no Mexicans chefs in the kitchen… The shopping center has 5 other restaurants apart from us… It is alive!!! We have jazz every other friday… See you all at The Curry Club!!!


    Had a (buffet) lunch there.  Mediocre at best.


    Too bad that shopping center is like the kiss of death.  Not easy to get in and out of.  I think 5 Guys and Moe’s are the only things to last in there, and that is only because they are corporations.  All the small businesses have folded if I am not mistaken.


    We have eaten here twice, and both times the food and service were terrific.  Nice ambiance too!  Can’t wait to go again!


    Indian food cooked by Mexican chefs being eaten by Americans being charged too much for it. Next.


    I hate hate hate Indian food.  Makes me think of anti-persperant and curry for some reason.


    Well, Matt, since I’m now your volunteer editor, you might want to look at “soo” and “decollate”.  I can only think you meant “sous” and “delicate”, but you never know, I could be wrong.

    How much do editors at LTM get paid?


    @English speaker, nice catch.


    Pallet = A portable platform used for storing or moving cargo or freight.

    Palate =  The sense of taste: delicacies pleasing to the most refined palate.

    Hmmm….I wonder which one Mr. Vecchio and Ms. Peters meant?


    I love, love, love Indian food.  Will try to go there when I’m back in the area.

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