Patricia Braverman-Knope (rhetoricians) wrote in thequestionclub,
Patricia Braverman-Knope
rhetoricians
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My bf and I have a $50 gift certificate to this Indian/Greek place, so we decided to go spend it today. They have these two "meals for 2" that are crazy-expensive, but we have to use this certificate, so why not? There's only a $5 difference between the 2, and we don't have enough experience in either culture's cuisine to know which one would offer the most varied/best tasting food. What do you guys think?

Which meal should we get?

Pappadam, Pakora, Samosa, Chicken Tikka, Seekh kabob, Vegetable Korma Rice, Naan
40(63.5%)
Pappadam, Sampler Platter (calamari, 2 cheese sticks and 2 chicken fingers), Greek Salad, Steak Kabob, Hummus, Chicken Tikka Marsala, Rice, Naan.
23(36.5%)
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