Where to Eat Indian

Welcome to the New World

Welcome to the New World

Nanking Restaurant is making waves and receiving praise across New York and New Jersey. Their commitment to a first-rate dining experience is rapidly adding to their list of loyal followers. Re-defining Asian fusion cuisine, this fresh take is one that is worth exploring over and over—and with an extensive menu, you can do just that! […]

| September 15, 2012
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Mint – A Refreshing Change for the Long Island Restaurant Scene

Mint – A Refreshing Change for the Long Island Restaurant Scene

New York City’s highly respected and long admired Mint Restaurant has spread their wings and expanded to Long Island. Located in Garden City, this brand new establishment is extraordinary in a multitude of ways. Owner Gary Sikka is a chef with a rich culinary background and this, his sophomore effort, has set a new standard […]

| September 15, 2012
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Madras Mahal

Madras Mahal

Madras Mahal has an interesting and exotic take on traditional kosher foods – kosher done Indian-style. Madras Mahal is one of the top restaurants delivering kosher Indian vegetarian food to the Manhattan masses. Celebrating their 25th Anniversary, they have stood the test of time and the food preparation, taste and quality are responsible. Launched in […]

| September 15, 2012
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Madras Coffee – What makes it so great?!

Madras Coffee – What makes it so great?!

Madras coffee is a sumptuous and extremely satisfying sweet milky coffee beverage made from dark roasted coffee and chicory. Especially popular in the southern states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, Madras coffee was originally introduced by Baba Budan to South India in the 16th century and became very popular under the British […]

| September 15, 2012
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A Shining Light in Richmond

A Shining Light in Richmond

Recipient of Wine Spectator’s ‘Award of Excellence’, Lehja is changing the way that the people of Richmond, Virginia are experiencing Indian food. Reminiscent of some of the more contemporary Indian restaurants lining the streets of London, Lehja is tantalizing locals and tourists alike with cuisine that leaves everyone satisfied and planning a return visit. The […]

| September 15, 2012
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K Lounge Stands on the Strong Shoulders of Bombay Palace

K Lounge Stands on the Strong Shoulders of Bombay Palace

K Lounge is a secluded, sensual midtown hideaway with plush seating, exotic décor and a mellow vibe. A tribute to the ancient art of the Kama Sutra, with inspired lighting and decor, the space is designed for a very mature and intimate way to enjoy the night out. Upstairs from the outstanding Indian restaurant Bombay […]

| September 14, 2012
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Karavalli Heats Up the Capital Region

Karavalli Heats Up the Capital Region

Karavalli is a seashore region in south India. Their namesake is an extraordinary and unique Indian restaurant—a virtual gourmet tour of the many and diverse regions of India. Headed up by a team of specialty chefs, each producing fare from their own homeland, this is truly an experience to remember. Located in Latham, NY, and […]

| September 14, 2012
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The Art of Dining

The Art of Dining

Shortly after its inception, I breached the threshold of Junoon Restaurant and my life was forever changed. Born from the mind of Restaurateur Rajesh Bhardwaj and with the steady hand of famed Chef Vikas Khanna, Junoon (meaning passion) has emerged as a world class restaurant by any standard. A recent recipient of the coveted Michelin […]

| September 14, 2012
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Enlightened by a Diva

Enlightened by a Diva

Diva restaurant has developed a strong following for its proficiency in delivering tasty, authentic Indian cuisine. Located on a bustling corner in Somerville’s Davis Square, about a mile from Harvard and Tufts universities, Diva, meaning candle, which in India represents enlightenment and celebration, is illuminating the palates and imagination of many. The restaurant’s bold colors, […]

| September 13, 2012
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Dining With Giants

Dining With Giants

Situated on East 18th Street just off of Fifth Avenue, Devi is a welcome respite from the manufactured Americanized version of Indian restaurants with which many of us have become all too familiar. With fans that include culinary giants such as Gael Greene and Frank Bruni, we were in great company. The brainchild of chef/author […]

| September 12, 2012
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