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Aab India Restaurant on Grandview Avenue

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    JonMyers
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    Dru, I take it you heard about that episode? Ahh, these people will never live it down. :)

    #333758

    dru
    Participant

    JonMyers wrote >>
    Dru, I take it you heard about that episode? Ahh, these people will never live it down. :)

    I just made an educated guess as to who the presumably bemused Brit might have been.

    I need to go try some of that food though.

    #333759

    takeasiesta
    Member

    dru wrote >>

    JonMyers wrote >>
    Dru, I take it you heard about that episode? Ahh, these people will never live it down. :)

    I just made an educated guess as to who the presumably bemused Brit might have been.
    I need to go try some of that food though.

    Please come in! I need some entertainment tonight when I purposely salt all of the rims of your drinks.

    #333760

    JonMyers
    Participant

    I’ll be in soon. Cavs with the fellas tonight though. TAS – when are you there next?

    #333761

    takeasiesta
    Member

    I’m off Friday but will be in Saturday night and all day Sunday. Not sure of my schedule next week yet.

    #333762

    lifeontwowheels
    Participant

    When is the CU meetup here?

    #333763

    catnfiddle
    Participant

    We’ll try to come in on Saturday. I don’t do TOO spicy, but I love the flavors!

    #333764

    JonMyers
    Participant

    TAS, I’m out of town Sat -> Sat … I’m definitely checking it out when I return.

    #333765

    takeasiesta
    Member

    @lifeontwowheels – Not sure if we’re ready yet for an official CU meetup. Give us a couple of months to make some cash then we’ll be ready for the CU crowd.

    @catnfiddle
    – Most entrees have an option of six spice levels so we can accommodate everyone. Ask for me, I’ll be around :)

    @JonMyers
    – No worries, friend. We’ll see you when we get back. I’m totally going to punk you.

    #333766

    JonMyers
    Participant

    TAS, uhh ohh I can see a mango lassi with rum, extra dry in my future.

    #333767

    Trame
    Participant

    We’ve been here 3 times since they’ve opened, including Friday when we showed up around 7pm and actually had a 15 minute wait for a table! We also introduced 2 people to Indian food, so that was a treat.

    The food has been just outstanding here. The service could use a little practice, but if the current staff sticks with it they’ll be a top establishment in no time.

    #333768
    rus
    rus
    Participant

    Finally made it there myself over the weekend.

    Great food and we had no problems with service.

    #333769
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    RESTAURANT REVIEW | AAB INDIA RESTAURANT
    [b]Wide choice of newcomer occasionally falls short[/b]
    Thursday, May 27, 2010 6:34 AM
    BY JON CHRISTENSEN
    FOR THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

    [i]Seemingly determined to compete for the first listing in the phone book, the owners of Ambar restaurant in Cincinnati have chosen Aab India Restaurant as the name of their first venture into the Columbus market.[/i]

    [i]In the former Thom’s, the space is arranged much as it was, with a long bar area along the north wall. The menu is devoted mostly to north Indian food and has plenty of meat, poultry and seafood items in addition to vegetarian selections.[/i]

    READ MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/weekender/stories/2010/05/27/wide-choice-of-newcomer-occasionally-falls-short.html?sid=101

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