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Delicious and Nurturing Indian Fare at a South Austin Strip Mall
Asiana Indian Cuisine has something for every palate
Food Story  January 3, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...Tucked away in a South Austin strip mall, between a nail salon and a Cricket Wireless store, Asiana Indian Cuisine is never going to be mistaken for some kind of nouvelle cuisine hot spot. It appears exactly as it is: a neighborhood restaurant serving the kind of approachable South Indian cooking that offers something for every level of palate sophistication...."

South Indian and East Texas Cuisine Come Together at Puli-Ra
Chef Deepa Shridhar revamps her model but stays true to her vision
Food Story  January 10, 2019, by Alex Detmar


Indian Explosion
Austin gains a bounty of healthy menu choices
Food Story  October 19, 2012, by Jessi Cape
"...Smack dab in the middle of a Cedar Park shopping center is Naanfull, and just as its tagline claims, it is Indian food redefined. Featuring fare predominantly of Northern origin, the counter-service Indian grill seeks to remove the mystery and fear of the distinct flavors and dishes in traditional Indian cuisine..."

Indian Explosion
Austin gains a bounty of healthy menu choices
Food Story  October 19, 2012, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Asiana801 E. William Cannon #205, 445-3435 Lunch buffet: Tue.-Fri., 11am-2pm; Sat.-Sun., noon-3pm; dinner: Sun., Tue.-Thu., 5-9:30pm; Fri.-Sat., 5-10pm www.asianaindiancuisine.com..."

Second Helpings: Indian, Part II
Food Column  April 16, 2004


Indian Explosion
Austin gains a bounty of healthy menu choices
Food Story  October 19, 2012, by Kenny Pailes
"...Today's Austinites don't have to look far to find a quality Indian restaurant, but it wasn't always such common and popular fare here. To be sure, our city has long benefited from a few venerable mainstays of the cuisine..."

Paila Peruvian Cuisine
Cutting-edge traditional flavors and combinations that deserve to be tasted and appreciated
Food Review  September 28, 2007, by Mick Vann
"...Paila Peruvian Cuisine5100 E. Seventh, 386-5799 Wednesday-Saturday, 11am-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm..."

Indian Explosion
Austin gains a bounty of healthy menu choices
Food Story  October 19, 2012, by Kate Thornberry
"...The restaurant has yet to build a regular dinner clientele, however. While a "fine dining" Indian restaurant is definitely an idea whose time has come – the cuisine of India is one of the most rich, varied, and significant in the world – Royal India seems to be trapped between the clientele, who want standard Indian selections at competitive prices, and their own aspirations to better things..."

Indian Explosion Goes Mobile
Food Story  October 19, 2012, by Gracie Salem
"...In India and Pakistan, highways are dotted with local restaurants known as dhabas, providing local cuisine and serving as stops for truck drivers. The husband and wife team behind Naan Stop, an Indian food truck parked at the corner of Seventh and Red River, invites late-night customers to their own version of a dhaba to nosh on some of the most-beloved paneer in town..."

Regional Mexican Cuisine at La Casita
Chronicle critic Mick Vann is always on the hunt for great ethnic food.
DAILY Food  September 5, 2012, by Mick Vann


Second Helpings: Indian
Food Column  October 15, 1999
"...Tasty, bite-sized restaurant listings compiled from new and previous reviews, guides, and poll results. This week's entries were compiled by Chronicle Cuisines editor Virginia B..."

Tandoori Junkie
Over the years Austin has absorbed (and discarded) several new Indian restaurants, most in the mode of the classic Americanized Indian dining establishment. But within the past few years, we have been fortunate enough to attract a new class of Indian restaurants. Mick Vann has compiled a guide to them.
Food Story  February 16, 2001, by Mick Vann
"...My first taste of anything even remotely resembling Indian cuisine was at a vaguely Indian, macrobiotic restaurant in Buda called the Jasmine Isle. It was a hippie-run establishment that only hinted at the true complexity of spices that Indian cuisine utilizes..."

Far Flung Correspondence: Chennai Cafe
South Indian fare brings the heat and opens the mind
Food Column  June 28, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Think saag paneer with those chewy lumps of paneer cheese floating in a cream-drenched spinach sea. South Indian cuisine uses a lot of seafood and coconut and tends to be vegetarian, even vegan..."

Sambhar in the City
Anjore redefines Indian cuisine
Food Story  June 4, 2015, by Veronica Meewes
"..."I started to have a really good idea of what I wanted, and once you have an idea of what you want, it's really difficult to keep creating for anybody else," says Shridhar. She began to visualize a supper club where Indian flavors and ingredients were transformed by nontraditional techniques and informed by other types of cuisine..."

Seven Austin Places to Get Your Turmeric Fix
The year's hottest food trend takes root locally
DAILY Food  January 23, 2017, by Sierra Diaz
"...Turmeric has long been an essential ingredient in many cultures’ cuisine, but lately people have been embracing it for its purported health benefits. Believed to act as an anti-inflammatory and powerful antioxidant, the rhizome has become one of 2017’s biggest food trends..."

Nasha
Indian with a Texas twist
Food Story  September 17, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...You would be hard-pressed to find an Austinite opposed to psychedelia in music, but culinary psychedelia is another thing – more readily associated with stomach cramps and nausea than chop-licking and second helpings. So while the sign exhorted me to "get high on Indian cuisine," I wasn't quite ready to spark up...."

Second to Naan
Daawat's Southern Indian excels up north
Food Story  August 7, 2014, by Mick Vann


Crown Jewel
Bombay Bistro is the newest Indian venture in town. Is it already the best?
Food Story  February 3, 2006, by Mick Vann
"...When you stroll through the door, the teasing, mingled aroma of complex spice is the first thing you notice. Our visits were with a couple of close friends who have lived for years in various parts of Indonesia, a region with a huge Indian population boasting some of the world's better Indian cuisine..."

Second Helpings
Indian, Part I
Food Column  April 9, 2004


Favoring Curry
Staying Ahead of the Curve at Sarovar
Food Story  April 10, 1998, by Pableaux Johnson
"...Sarovar Indian Cuisine..."

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