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Ganesh Indian Cuisine

By Ted Scheffler
Posted // March 4,2009 -

Virtually every local Indian restaurant that I’m aware of features a lunch buffet. And, frankly, I’ve yet to find one that wasn’t well worth the $5-9 you pay. One of my favorites—and a favorite of other City Weekly staffers—is Ganesh Indian Cuisine in Midvale. The lunch buffet at Ganesh features a bounty of tempting treats for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. The offerings change from day to day but you’ll usually find a vegetarian and meat curry, sometimes korma, along with chana dal, tandoori chicken, fresh-baked naan, raita, sambar soup, papadum, samosas, masalas, rice pudding and the unique Hyderabadi dishes that Ganesh is so popular for. Definitely try the bindi masala (okra and masala sauce) if it’s available. Reviewed Feb. 26. 777 E. Fort Union Blvd, Midvale, 801-569-3800

 
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Posted // March 11,2009 at 18:04 Ted Scheffler must be th worst food critic of all, the restaurant likes ganesh shouldnt even be in buisness< the worst food and service ever

 

 
 
 
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