Benjamin’s

Man, I have mixed feelings about this place. The first time I ate here, the food was fresh, hot, and delicious. The only dinner offering is Thali but it came with a wide variety of sides including the best curd and ghee I’ve had. Benjamin, the owner, and his wife and chef, Esther were charming and interesting. The next couple of visits, the food was cold, we had to ask for curd, and Benjamin was obnoxiously drunk. Another time, the place was full of friendly, eclectic locals and Benjamin was playing amazing music on his guitar. Each time I would visit, it would either be amazing or annoying. I recommend checking it out and deciding for yourself.

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