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Indian gourmet at our friend Atul's " Akbar " in SM w venison too

We love Akbar and always have big fun groups. Avi ( Atuls brother and chef) loves to cook game and has done so for us in the past. So besides the usual indian fare which is delish and we love, he will cook up some of my venison.  Maybe wild boar too . Its 2 months off, so as it gets closer we'll deal with wines and other deets , tho for indian ( and avi cooks most dishes not spicy ) , hearty reds like syrahs, grenaches, rhones etc work , as do reislings . Avi as usual , is all excited to cook for us , and they have great stems and setup there.  Heres andys blog from last time to give you idea of wines and dishes : http://all-things-andy-gavin.com/2013/08/30/all-things-akbar/  

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  • Lana B.

    the best Indian food.

    January 24, 2014

  • Lee

    O.K. I had difficulty chewing Yarom's road kill. The Boar was surprisingly good, it tasted like beef.

    1 · January 24, 2014

  • Michael C.

    My project ended early, so called Atul and he said no worries on adding one more. See you there!

    January 23, 2014

    • yarom l.

      And your great wines and the devices. You'll sell some for sure

      January 23, 2014

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