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Reframing Indian cuisine

Sitting in one of V.T. Station’s black padded booths with the racks of old-fashioned suitcases stored above, you might feel exactly like you’re on a train — even more so if you’ve managed to score the lone table hidden in a low-ceilinged bolthole, all dimly lit and cosy. But despite hints to a nostalgic past, V.T. Station also manages to feel

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