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Currylina’s delivers authentic Indian flavors.

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September 18, 2017 16:20
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Currylina's

Currylina's. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Who would have thought that some of the best Indian food in Israel was made by a Finnish immigrant who studied law in London before making aliya? Karolina Kahalani is the proprietor and brains behind Currylina’s, a restaurant in Bnei Brak that is hugely popular for its authentic Indian flavors, warm atmosphere and friendly service.

Before coming to Israel four years ago, Kahalani, who was born in Helsinki, lived for many years in London, where she met her Yemenite husband, Avi, who was born and raised in London.

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