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After my trip to Indian I've been avoiding Indian food mainly because I know it'll be a slap in the face representation. So instead of visiting my local haunts, I took the wife to Indian Chopsticks which essentially offers Indian and "Chinese" food. The only thing remotely Chinese that I ordered (which is more Nepalese) was their Momos (dumplings). The momo was very gyoza-like. The most interesting thing about the dish was their spicy tomato sauce it was paired up with. I didn't mind the texture of the dumpling but overall it was a still a tad too dry. We opted for two mains, the Chef's Special Hot N Spicy Indian Prawn Masala and a Lamb Curry. The lamb was tender and not dry, it delivered a decent chilli kick but the dish overall tasted very one dimensional. The prawn masala tasted like a very creamy curry which wasn't bad but after a few spoons it tasted like something you get out of a jar from your supermarket. The sweet lassi was nice.... it was quite thick and cameread more