Husband/wife owners Danny and Nan, natives of Mumbai, are in their modest 30-seat Coconut Grove restaurant every night - hosting and helping a friendly and... More »
This Indian eatery (which might also serve Thai, Chinese, Philippine, Italian, and/or Japanese food, depending on the season and the chefs' vacation schedules) doesn't serve... More »
Mint Leaf's most distinctive offerings are its dosas: thin, crisp pancakes made from ground fermented lentils and rice that come folded around a choice of... More »
You have to look pretty darn hard to find chow from the place where Columbus thought he had arrived. Sure, there are plenty of the walk-up cafeterias selling... More »
Decor is unassuming at this downtown lunchroom -- it's basically a hole-in-the-wall, albeit a clean and cheerful one -- and most of the roughly dozen dishes served... More »
The menu at this Indian-Thai restaurant is densely populated with a plethora of items from both namesake countries, but the bulk of selections are from the... More »
A terrific representative of the cherished British pub, this cheerfully decorated, low-ceilinged tavern looks like a hobbit hole. But the feed is more for... More »
A colorful, cozy little respite from Washington Avenue madness, Guru Fine Indian Cuisine is the perfect spot for an Indian food fix. From $15.90 for a flavorful... More »
While service at this veteran Indian spot (open since 1975) can be spotty - sometimes accommodating, sometimes inattentive - its renowned lunchtime buffet, available every... More »
Chef James Wierzelewski has cooked in exotic locations for 20-some years, gathering gastronomic ideas from places the way tourists collect T-shirts. The menu at... More »
Over the past few months, the Miami New Times food blog, Short Order (shortordermiami.com), has listed 100 of the finest dishes in the 305. This week, we excerpt ten of them for your epicurean pleasure.
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Indian and Thai cuisines have little in common besides a steadfast reliance on rice and immense popularity with American diners. Most likely, the second similarity provided owner Denis Nazareth, of Mumbai, the impetus for opening Thali Indian & Thai Cuisine. And it looks like the move paid off: The South Beach venue's 48 seats get filled with a frequency that's surprising for a place that...
Bombay Darbar Indian Restaurant inhabits a neat, neighborly room with 34 seats, linen-draped tables, a tile floor, and pale-yellow walls judiciously adorned with Indian art. Alfresco dining on Commodore Plaza permits patrons to peer at passersby and speculate on "For Sale" signs posted in the shop windows of Chicago's Bakery & Deli, Chicago's Steakhouse, Cita's Italian Chop House, and the...
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