offers predominantly South Indian street food, served in a clean space by helpful and friendly staff. Be sure to try the fried idli, pani puri, khasta kachori, and the chole samosas.
The authentic North Indian vegetarian menu here changes every day. Order an entrée and a side at the counter, and one minute later it arrives with rice and roti or paratha alongside. The aloo sabzi is available every day.
This ethnic fusion spot offers traditional Indian fare as well as Chinese-inflected dishes. Wok cooking blends well with Indian spices – you'll find plenty of vegetarian options.
The visible assembly line makes it easy to create your own wraps and bowls. It also brings spinach pakora to a more familiar, Americanized setting. Try the curry paneer platter. Thumbs up.
We like the goat combo on rice and lentils with a side of decadent rice pudding. But the hara bhara, or "green" chicken served with a thick, spicy sauce, is worth your while as well.
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