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Re: “Getting our curry (and halal) bases covered

I ate at the Clay Pit two weeks ago. I ordered the Vegetarian Palak Paneer and was disgusted when I found random pieces of meat in my food. After the third chunk of meat I stopped searching and walked outside to puke. I am not kidding. I have been a vegetarian for 15 years and this is the most disturbing dining experience I have ever had.

Aside from the disgusting chunks of meat floating around in my dish, the restaurant itself is very suspect. Upon walking in, I wasn't sure if I was supposed to order at the register or if I could sit down on my own. There are some very strange design choices as well, like private booths - complete with their very own venetian blinds. (Why they have venetian blinds, I have no idea. How are you supposed to get out and use the restroom when the pull cord is on the outside?)And for some reason, even though I was dining in, I was given plastic utensils for my meal.

For obvious reasons, this is the WORST place I have ever eaten in my entire life.

Posted by carolhk on 10/09/2009 at 10:36 AM

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