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03/06/2007

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30in2005

I was introduced to Maida by a colleague - and being Indian I am very finicky about Indian food outside because it's usually a bangaladeshi chef claiming to be cooking Indian food and (of course!) I think I can (and do) make an array of it at home for nothing.....but we went there for a team meal and I was surprised to find it was genuine Indian food.

There is a difference between Tayyabs and Maida because one is pakistani and the other Indian. Pakistani kebabs are always more spicy while in Indian kebabs the spices are more subtle. Tayyabs is a delight, but Maida (which means 'refined flour' by the way) delivers to a large radius enabling us to feast on roomali roti's and butter chicken whenevr we fancy!

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