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Liz! Good to hear from you! Great blog! :)


Oh, I miss those restaurants on Ghandi Marg! There is one fairly good Indian place up the street from us here in L.A., but the prices are through the roof...dinner for two is $40. The buffets in Chi-town were so much better!


I'd heard that about dog-men. The whole typo thing. Poor dog-man.

Nathan D.

dog-men are prone to typos.

Nathan D.

I ate there and it tasted great. But I'm pretty sure it turned my into a dog-man.


I wanna go next time :)


Man, those restaurants that are visited mainly by natives are the best (although I suppose a McDonalds in Kabul fits that description). I'm in Tokyo now for a conference (, and I am surrounded by little hole-in-the-wall restaurants, but I have no idea how to order food at some of them. I'll have to get help from a native conference attendee or something.


husayn... shhhhhhh! that place is supposed to be a secret!

btw my hole-in-the-wall belizean place on clark has closed!!! dang!

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