Indian Hut Curry & Cakes Provides a ‘Vivid Glimpse’ of Genuine Flavors; Carnivorous Bounty ‘Mostly Outshone’ by the Salad Bar at Rodzio Grill

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LaBan gave Indian Hut Curry & Cakes in Exton, Pennsylvania two ringy-dingies for very good dosas, so-good-it-hurts gobi Manchurian, and the overall spirit, clientele, and spice. Though the western burbs strip-mall setting put forth a extreme no-frills ambience, the vivid glimpse of genuine, untempered Indian flavors, and smart prices make up for it. [Inquirer]

Sadly, Adam Erace reports that the glistening hunks of meats paraded around by guys in gaucho costumes at Vorhees new South American, churrasco-style restaurant, Rodizio Grill, were mostly outshone by the spread at the salad bar. Plagued by poor service, the promise of a carnivorous bounty proved ultimately unsatisfying. Pork offerings were weak; supple cubes of filet mignon and top-sirloin rimmed in charred curls of flavorful fat (picanha) fared a little better. [Courier-Post]