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So, I had to be in North Greensboro to upload some files and reports to a server. I finished that and thought about how hungry I was for some awesome vegan food. I was riding around thinking about all the boasting and bragging you good folks do about the great places where you live. As I was driving I was approaching a street and I remembered that there was an Indian restaurant on that street that I always wanted to try.<br><br>
So, I used a bat turn maneuver (not really, my car is a CRV) and went to a joint called: Saffron. Man, that place is awesome!! Seriously. They do have like four meat dishes there but, everything else is vegetarian, probably Vegan. It was so damn good my tongue was slapping my brains out. I called up my Mom and cussed her out for not cookin like that. It was that good. Sure, it cost more but, awesome. Very clean restaurant to boot. I didn't have to take a bath with moist towelettes in the parking lot when I left.<br><br>
So, yea.. There it is. Buffet's redeemed. And, I just found that they have a web site. Aint that sexy?<br><br><a href="http://www.saffronindiancuisine.com/" target="_blank">http://www.saffronindiancuisine.com/</a><br><br>
We need a section on this site just to review and talk about restaurants. Maybe one day we'll have a big campout with a bon fire where we can sing Kum-ba-ya and run naked through the woods with the little bunny rabbits.
 

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I'll have to try this place when I go back to the states. I think it's pretty close...Greensboro's probably not even an hour away. Thanks for posting this!
 

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Yes Indians are great at making vegetarian dishes that taste great with all these great tasting sauces. In America if you get a vegetable in a diner it is usually lying in a little pool of water. That is as appetizing as a steak or burger with fries sitting in a pool of water.<br><br>
I love cooking up some brown basmati rice (a whole grain unlike basmati rice) and adding something to is like Trader Joe's INDIAN FARE Jaipur Vegetables. It has tomatoes, potatoes, peas, carrots and green beans in a great sauce.
 

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Are you sure that's the right website? 80-90% of the dishes on that menu are non-vegetarian <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/huh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":confused:"><br><br>
It's great you discovered awesome Indian cooking though <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/lick.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":lick:">
 
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