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Old 07-30-2014, 06:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Mahhammer View Post
Depends, Burma adopted far more from India than Thailand for example. Hong Kongers are known to love foreign cuisine as much as any New Yorker, I don't think so about mainland China.

India is a large country, I for one like all the cuisines except for some Rajasthani dishes. I suppose we are talking about North Indian staples.
Unlike here, South Indian cuisine is probably more common in Singapore, although you can get cuisine from all over India. Love me some masala dosa or idly!

Old 07-30-2014, 10:08 PM
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It's a mixed bag in Japan. Though, recently, Indian people have been "en vogue" and people regard them favorably and see them as brainy, at least the ones that go to Japan, naturally. Judging by the number of people visiting Indian food establishments when I went, I'd say the trend is upward for Indian food there.
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