The town where I live has now just seen it's eleventh Indian restaurant open. Because the demand is so high I can understand why more would open. But the thing I don't get is why do they all have to have the same carbon copy menus? Nothing is ever different - even the prices are more or less the same. Surely one would try to get the upper hand by offering something different? Even if it were just something like trying to make the nutritional balance of their meals better (example - they almost always only use white rice which has no nutritional benefit compared to other grains). I walk past many on a friday night and see them less than half full when once they were packed. Perhaps restaurant managers can't see when it's a case of too much of a good thing?