Ignore that other thing. It's Chutney's, and we all know what Chutney means.
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Hi, the site wouldn't let me change my reservation. Also received your message the day after. I think there are problems with the messages through the Meetup site.
0 · March 5, 2014
Lisa, zero worries on your side, It was last minutes update, therefore you can blame the organization planning failure and Andrew was apologetic since he mentions "Maf kijiye" so enjoy the day, accept his apology, next time it is...
1 · March 5, 2014
Note the change in location! Maf kijiye!
0 · March 4, 2014
I'm at Namaste having dinner.
I am here... you can ask for the table in my name, or just look for the big table in the middle
Sorry I had to cancel at the last moment, have to finish up some work.
Just confirming we will be coming to Chutney's... running a few minutes late! Looking forward to meeting people. -dolly & Josh.
It's unlikely I will be able to make it, so I have to cancel as well...
Oh, and a driving tip might help: Chutney's is in Grand River Halsted Plaza, a strip mall that's seen better days. It shares a parking lot with Gift of India Grocery and an empty box store that looks like it once was a K-Mart. The sign is kind of hard to see from the road.
Don't you love Michigan?
Just got hit with a work snafu. I hate people who cancel at the last minute and now I'm one of them... Sorry.
Why the sudden change in location?
It turns out Aahar is closed on Tuesdays. I hadn't realized that until I tried to call them today and checked their website.
1 · March 4, 2014
Don't forget to update your RSVP if your plans change. I'll call the restaurant tomorrow to tell them how many to expect.
0 · March 3, 2014
Drew, aahar is a Sanskrit word for food/diet. The more accurate spelling of that word should be 'aahaar' but oh well.
I am a maybe at this point as there is a conflicting meetup at Cranbrook that day. Have to decide between the Cosmos and the Curry :)
1 · February 26, 2014
Yeah, that's not going to help me remember it. Or help me recommend it to anyone who doesn't speak Sanskrit. But interesting. :-)
0 · February 26, 2014
Anecdote Andrew,>AAHAA:-). This will help you with your memory issue and future recommendation of the fine indian cuisine. And thx Vijaya for the insight, you are thoughtful and Drew, you keep smiling.
Whatever language, Aahar has the best food. Besides, the people in the restaurant are Sri Lankan. Just saying.
Best is our kind of dish, we deserve it. Thx
This discussion is totally enlightening and is also making me hungry.
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