November 30th, 1999 HENRY STERN | Food Reviews & Stories
 

     
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For a takeout cafe that shares a name with one of history’s most famous pacifists, Gandhi’s has ruthlessly—and regularly—blown away its neighbors in this downtown food court for the better part of a decade. How does the East Indian eatery generate such long lunchtime lines? By serving tasty dishes so large the paper plates sag under their weight. We’re partial to the curry chicken cooked in coconut cream with a hint of heat ($6.25) or the veggie plate ($5.25), a yummy mélange of potatoes, carrots and peas, depending on the day.

 
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