Stephen Harper ate here, and you see a couple of photos of him posing with the Jambo Grill people as you walk in the door. I asked our hostess what he ordered, and she said butter chicken. Butter chicken..of course. He's a conservative, after all. I'm sure it's good, but I suggest being liberal when you come here, because they have an interesting and unique menu featuring many Indian foods, but also going beyond India into the realm of Africa, with some fusion going on. If you want butter chicken, there are hundreds of places to go in Vancouver. But if you want to try something really special, well... today I discovered a new-favourite restaurant food in Vancouver. Favourite of the month, perhaps, but still the current favourite. It's called Bhel Puri, and it can be found in its glory at Jambo Grill. It's a big Indian-style salad, vibrant with colours, textures, and flavours. There's puffed rice in there, something crunchy made from chickpeas, cilantro, green onion, white onion, a kind of crunchy noodle, some peanuts, and more, mixed together with a delicious curry-esque dressing, and served cold in a heap. So wonderful. The other foods we tried were standard Indian, with my vegetarian thali South Indian in influence. The stand-out of the thali was the yogurt pudding, a large bowl of something resembling rice pudding, but creamier, tangier, and very delicious. The best part about this place? It's a 5-minute walk from the place where I stay when I go to Vancouver. I'll be back.