I have been to several Indian weddings and have had some amazing Indian food in my adopted city of Washington DC--Hot & Cold ranks up there with the best of the best. I was recently driving my grandfather of 96 from his home in Florida to my home in Washington DC for Easter. It was lunchtime and we were near Lynchburg...my grandfather wanted soup, and through a little internet sleuthing discovered Hot & Cold. Although my grandfather, more accustomed to out-of-the can soup and low-grade processed junk, has never had Indian food, I thought I would try to expand his tastebuds. Uday met us at the door and we had a lovely chat throughout our meal. The lunch buffet was excellent, and somewhat to my surprise, my grandfather loved the Spinach and tomato soup he ordered. What's more, he was even more impressed with the Kheer, which I convinced him would be a great counter to the spicy (for him) soup. Everything in the restaurant is home made from scratch, the way it should be! I never would have expected such a great little taste of India in Lynchburg, and Uday's hospitality put it over the top. I am not sure when I might get back to Lynchburg, but if I'm ever near by I will be sure to make a point of stopping in for a meal.
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