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ONE JAB AT THE PUNJAB by Victor Strugo (Saturday-Star) | Nov 13, 2010

Words maketh a writer, but they can also be his undoing. Categorising a restaurant by its nationality, for instance, can be a gross over-simplification because culinary idioms vary among regions and provinces - particularly in vast lands like China and India.

With so many Indian restaurants in this city one might expect wide regional spectrum, yet for commercially pragmatic reasons, most tend to cluster around easily recognisable "national"dishes. For anything more adventurous, one has to trawl endlessly long menus.

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Food * * * 1/2
Wine * *1/2
Service * * * *
 Ambience * * *
 Value * * * * *

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PUKKA PUNJAB by The Sunday Independent (South Africa) | August 15, 2010

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