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Jul 13, 2006

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Jim Collins

Thanks for the advice Jason. If I eat two dinners in one night does that make me a glutton?

Jason

Yes, but I think that you can be excused during Restaurant Week.

JoeHoya

My wife and I did dinner at Indique Heights last night, and we were definitely pleased. They offered a pretty solid selection for Restaurant Week (and even went so far as to offer both a Vegetarian and a Non-Vegetarian Restaurant Week menu). I started with their Crab Tikki, which was somewhat forgettable, but my wife had the Masala Grilled Scallops, which were wonderful. A nice dusky spice flavor, perfectly cooked, and served with a spicy potato side that really went well. For entrees, we had the Dalcha Gosht, which is a boneless lamb stew, and the Malabar shrimp curry. Both had a great spice to them, and they were served with a cucumber raita (like tzatziki sauce), naan bread, and dal (spiced lentils). We definitely got our money's worth, and the desserts were a fun experience. I had a Gulab Jamun, which is like an Indian hush puppy in honey, and my wife had Kulfi with orange sauce - a traditional ice cream more like a semifredo with pistachios and and cardamom.

Never been to the original Indique, but this experience was definitely worth the cost of admission. Score another one for Restaurant Week!

JoeHoya

My wife and I did dinner at Indique Heights last night, and we were definitely pleased. They offered a pretty solid selection for Restaurant Week (and even went so far as to offer both a Vegetarian and a Non-Vegetarian Restaurant Week menu). I started with their Crab Tikki, which was somewhat forgettable, but my wife had the Masala Grilled Scallops, which were wonderful. A nice dusky spice flavor, perfectly cooked, and served with a spicy potato side that really went well. For entrees, we had the Dalcha Gosht, which is a boneless lamb stew, and the Malabar shrimp curry. Both had a great spice to them, and they were served with a cucumber raita (like tzatziki sauce), naan bread, and dal (spiced lentils). We definitely got our money's worth, and the desserts were a fun experience. I had a Gulab Jamun, which is like an Indian hush puppy in honey, and my wife had Kulfi with orange sauce - a traditional ice cream more like a semifredo with pistachios and and cardamom.

Never been to the original Indique, but this experience was definitely worth the cost of admission. Score another one for Restaurant Week!

Visions

We'd love to be a part, anyone know who to get ahold of to promote this marketing idea?

Thanks, Chef Tony

Jason

Contact these guys.

http://www.bethesda.org/

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