Sapthagiri means "Seven Hills," and this India Square spot mounts the most diverse and tasty vegetarian menu anywhere in the metropolitan area. The dosas are... More »
Deccan Spice presents the regional cuisine of Hyderabad, a southern city sometimes known as India’s Silicon Valley. Specific to that style of cooking are several... More »
Presenting food principally from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, and eschewing the dosa-based cuisine we generally associate with southern India, Southern Spice offers a... More »
Directly across the street from two Sri Lankan cafes, and on the same block as the towering Albanian mosque, Dosa Garden is the first south Indian restaurant in Staten... More »
Follow the swarm of cabs to this Pakistani restaurant, where vegetables are forsaken in favor of one of the meatiest and most highly flavored cuisines on the planet. Ignore the... More »
While most southern Indian spots offer only a handful of dosas, at Sri Ganesh's-named after the handsome Hindu elephant god-the roster runs to 66. That means you... More »
Specializing in the fast foods and street foods of Mumbai, this sleek little restaurant hits it out of the park. There are many New York spots for dosas and chaat, but... More »
Good Indian-Chinese food is hard to find. It's beloved in India, the most popular kind of restaurant cuisine after Indian food itself, the creation of Indian-Chinese... More »
Tamarind Tribeca is like an upscale Indian Shopsin's, with a sprawling menu that offers regional dishes from every part of the subcontinent. Some of them are relatively... More »
Though we're lucky to have plenty of hole-in-the-wall cabbie joints serving Punjabi snacks and fast food, Manhattan generally lacks thoughtful, home-style Punjabi... More »
Ever seen eggs as the center of attention anywhere but a diner?
Well, they're also the star at Chennai Flavors, which debuted recently in Jersey City just north of Journal Square. Although you might have previously encountered a lonely boiled egg plunged in chicken curry at a Pakistani or Punjabi spot, ova...
My friend Bobby is an Indian food expert. So when I dragged him to Chote Nawab for the first time, he ran his practiced eye over the menu till it stopped at tunde ke kebab ($9). "This dish from Lucknow, in northeast India, was invented long ago for a toothless old royal family member who still craved...
A decade ago, Jersey City's Little India—a stretch of Newark Avenue that descends rather alarmingly toward the Meadowlands swamps—was really Little Gujarat. This bustling district teemed with immigrants from that far-western Indian state who patronized its temples, groceries, sari stores, restaurants, gold-dowry jewelers, and sweet shops. But gradually, their numbers...
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