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Old 12-29-2012, 07:22 PM
 
Location: Tyler, TX
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I pass by it every day-- I work close to there-- do they have turkey burgers? I don't eat any beef or pork, so I was concerned that I wouldn't have many
choices there. I'd love to try it if they do though
Nope, no turkey. Their curry sauce may make a convert of you, though.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:22 AM
 
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been there a couple of times, pretty tasty. It's hard making a go of the restaurant biz, especially in Vegas...the curry sausage was good, give them a try.
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:07 PM
 
Location: Tyler, TX
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Dita's is closing their doors for good at 8pm tonight. If you want one last brat or burger, better get down there soon.

http://www.facebook.com/DitasBratsBurgers
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:29 PM
 
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^^^ Too bad! I love curry dishes but anyway just yesterday I was at Archi's Thai Bistro at the Village Square in Peccole Ranch. Love the place, Archi's also has another location in Spring Valley by South Rainbow and Post, the restaurant chain is popular for their curry/coconut dishes.
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Old 03-03-2013, 04:10 AM
 
Location: Sunrise
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I can't speak to real Italian pizza because I've never had it. Care to describe the differences? We might actually have a couple of places here in town that make it the old school way, but since I don't exactly know what that means, it's hard to say.
As Mark Twain said about "using the right word" -- it's the difference between "lightning" and "a lightning bug." Real Italian pizza, cooked in 200-to-1,000-year old wood-fired brick ovens by life-long pizzaiolos is a life-changing event. It's like having risotto for the first time in the Venato. It's like having 100% extra virgin olive oil for the first time. (Most people in the US have never had the pleasure.) It's like having 100 year old balsamic vinegar for the first time. It's like having a good Napa cabernet sauvignon for the first time. It's like seeing La Boheme for the first time. It's like seeing The Godfather for the first time. (I truly envy these people. "Hey, there's Tom Hagen!")

Settebello is as close as it gets in Las Vegas. They're good. They're very good. But it's still not Naples. Naples is IT when it comes to pizza. There isn't even a close second.

PS -- As far as German food is concerned, I'm a sucker for a good curry wurst. I used to go through Checkpoint Charlie every day to grab one in East Berlin, back when there was an East Berlin. The VoPo would follow me every step of the way (I was just a student. I thought it was darkly humorous.) But I love a good curry wurst. The curry wurst that they occasionally serve at Hofbrauhaus is fairly close. I haven't had Dita's. But I'll try it when I'm nearby.

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Old 03-03-2013, 05:51 AM
 
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I recently tried Cafe Berlin at Sunset and Decatur. Quaint little place in a small strip mall. The Jaeger Schnitzel
was amazing. Served with spaetzle. Good German beer, but skip the strudel. I make a better "strudel" by microwaving a Little Debbie's apple pie and adding vanilla ice cream and cinnamon.
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Old 03-03-2013, 01:13 PM
 
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I recently tried Cafe Berlin at Sunset and Decatur. Quaint little place in a small strip mall. The Jaeger Schnitzel
was amazing. Served with spaetzle. Good German beer, but skip the strudel. I make a better "strudel" by microwaving a Little Debbie's apple pie and adding vanilla ice cream and cinnamon.

Yes... I was going to mention that this place JUST OPENED. I can not wait to try it.

Danke
M. Schumacher
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