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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Raaz Restaurant Review: It’s bright. It’s colorful. It’s got a lakeside setting. But its fusion menu, which is neither Indian nor Indo-Chinese, is a catchall for competing tastes and cuisines. You’ll find a hot-and-sour soup from China, a kimchi salad from Korea, and a walnut and Mandarin orange salad that says “Indian” but is most definitely American. Pure Indian eats include a handful of appetizers, many of which are offbeat presentations: the ragda patties (crispy potato patties with chickpeas) and the chicken 65, spicy-hot chunks of boneless chicken, make a fine prelude to an all-Indian meal of lamb vindaloo (not chili hot), and the dal makhni are above average.