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Awesome Foods in NJ

 
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In no particular order:
Dosa in Dosa House in Journal Square
Sweets at Moghul Express at Edison
Chat at Dimple's on Oak Tree Road at Edison
Mysore dosa at Baba Hut in Journal Square
Samosa in Rajbhog sweets in Journal Square
Pav Bhaji in Rajbhog sweets in Journal Square
Finger foods at Fire n Ice lounge (U gotta try these)... (The dance floor is cheap-ass though)
Icecream in cold stone creamery at Rockaway mall.. yummy

Missing:
Mirchi Bajji (Hyderabad's Gokul chat anyone? ;-)
Pani Puri (not the ones they serve in a plate, any authentic pani puri dispensing place where we stand and eat and puris are filled for us)
Biryani..

For people who do not know what Biryani is, it is a type of indian rice dish (like fried rice) with a lot more spices and tastes great ;-)

What other food do you like and where in NJ? (Please non-indian food as well)
 
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Which part of NJ. Those names sound unfamiliar to me, so they must be either northern or central NJ. I know Southern NJ.

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Mostly Northern and Central NJ. But, i'd drive down to the south for a good bite ;-)
 
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