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LONDON SIZZLER SIZZLES
(Contributed by George L. Rosenblatt, whose bio and introduction follow this review.)

My palate and my paunch have been savoring the many joys of LONDON SIZZLER nearly every weekend since February, thanks to an informal prescription by Houston Pain and Spine’s Dr. Asif Chaudhry.While, sadly, I have not visited India, happily I have enjoyed outstanding Indian food in London, plus in such far-flung locales as Amsterdam, Singapore, and Mombasa -- and for 35 years, in Houston.

Of my happy discoveries, LONDON SIZZLER is among my happiest.
Absent the buffet of its opening nine years ago, I sample LS specialties by grazing on the installment plan, although my curiosity is bigger than stomach and budget combined.Here are my leading favorites as on the menu, with current prices and my reasonings.The London Sizzler sampler is presented Sizzling
The London Sizzler ($42)This mouth-boggling feast of six meats on a platter literally sizzles its way to the table. The superb six are tandoori chicken, chicken tikka, kebabs of ground chicken and of ground lamb, lamb chops and jeera wings – each redolent of its respective spicing and marination. If you normally enjoy lamb, you’ll swoon at London Sizzler’s. If, like me and, surprisingly, owner Ajay Patel himself, you dislike lamb’s inherent flavor, these chops and kebabs will pleasantly surprise you. Conspicuously muted, if not totally absent, is sheepmeat’s characteristic gaminess that I term “armpithian.” For tamer enthusiasts than I, each of the meats on the assortment is available as a separate entree.

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