- Attention, Curry Junkies!
A recent study indicated that some Londoners are addicted to curry. The study found that subjects displayed classic signs of addiction, including a quickened pulse rate, when in the proximity of the spice. Similarly afflicted San Antonians can find their fixes at Lan's Indochine, a restaurant in a converted gas station. Large windows decorated with colorful, Asian-themed paintings help transform the surroundings. Be warned--the restrooms are outside.
The menu offers a large variety of delicacies from Thailand, China and Vietnam in addition to a few Japanese selections. Curry addicts can choose from a number of dishes that mix green, red or yellow curries with a choice of meats or tofu and a variety of vegetables and spices. The kang kheo wan, with its curry-and-coconut-infused bamboo shoots, made one diner start craving another hit before leaving. Most of the herbs and spices used at Lan's are grown by the owner, ensuring fresh, crisp flavors.
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