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If you want only vegetarian fare, you eat downstairs. But for the non-veg, you have to leg it up three flights of stairs. Working up an appetite may be a good thing here though, for Little Home's portions are large with lashings of oil. They do North Indian - as in Kadhai Chicken - and a smattering of Indian Chinese here. But it's the earthy Kerala fare that keeps the Malayali clientele happy here. While the seafood specials include Kallumakkai or mussels and Crab Roast, the spicy Kerala-style Chicken Curry is very popular too. Prices aren't too steep here. Little Home also takes orders to cater for parties and small gatherings.

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If you are one of those fans of Japanese food who mourn the shutting down of the good old Dahlia downtown, then this place should bring you cheer. For Fujiyama at Hotel Aspasia is run by the staff from Dahlia. The team of cooks and serving staff has always been known for their skill, efficiency and knowledge, able to guide even those unfamiliar with Japanese cuisine through a meal. Starters here include Tofu Teriyaki, Gyoza and Sweetened Egg Roll. Of course, the Sushi and Sashimi is there, as also the Tempura. For main course, try the Beef Katsu - crumb-fried beef served with rice, miso soup and Japanese pickle or the Stir-fried Ginger-marinated Pork. There's also a bento Box for convenience. The setting, unfortunately, is not particularly stylish or elegant.

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