Tag: Indian

Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day should be filled with love and fun, but it can also be quite stressful for couples who want to dine out in Manhattan on a limited budget. Restaurants create exceptional menus for a special evening, but they often come with a hefty price tag. There are hundreds of places to choose from in […]

| February 13, 2015
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Norwalk’s Answer to Mumbai

Norwalk’s Answer to Mumbai

Aladin Indian Bistro, Norwalk’s newest shining star, is delivering authentic Indian flavors with a modern twist. Their culinary team, headed up by Chef Kausik Roy has created a cuisine that is generating rave reviews and effectively introducing more and more people to the delicate beauty of Indian cuisine. His success with Stamford’s Tawa Restaurant laid […]

| November 26, 2013
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From India, To Nepal, To London, To New York

From India, To Nepal, To London, To New York

Since July, Moti Mahal Delux has been giving Upper East Siders and anyone who makes their way into this epicurean wonderland a true treat—traditional Mughlai food executed to perfection. This newly opened U.S. restaurant is one of an empire that has more than 100 locations in India, Nepal and London and whose roots date back […]

| September 27, 2013
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Dhaba Raises its Flag on Curry Hill

Dhaba Raises its Flag on Curry Hill

Nestled in the heart of the Curry Hill neighborhood of Manhattan is a beacon of hope for those who have concluded that all Indian restaurants are similar. Dhaba, an endeavor of restaurateur and actor Shiva Natarajan will rapidly make you rethink that conclusion. Chef Natarajan is a veteran of the East Coast gourmet industry and […]

| December 9, 2012
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Two Women, Two Cuisines, Two Cities – One Vision

Two Women, Two Cuisines, Two Cities – One Vision

Vermilion, the most vibrant of reds, connotes the essence and spirit of the Indian and Latin people and also literally translates into sindoor, a core symbol of Indian femininity and a celebration of the beauty of women. These elements are embodied in every aspect of Vermilion Restaurant. Located at 480 Lexington Avenue in a sprawling […]

| September 19, 2012
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Thali Too Earns Its Degree

Thali Too Earns Its Degree

The marvelous aromas engulfing the air around Thali Too bring unsuspecting wanderers to their doorstep with the skill of a snake charmer.  Located in the heart of the Yale campus, in New Haven, Connecticut, Thali Too offers innovative cuisine to scores of college students, professors and locals alike. The brainchild of celebrated Chef Prasad Chirnomula, […]

| September 19, 2012
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Dining at the Hands of a Master

Dining at the Hands of a Master

The culinary muscle flexed by Chef Prasad Chirnomula has educated and perhaps even defined Connecticut’s interest and demand for Indian cuisine. Chirnomula, Owner and Executive Chef of the Thali Restaurant chain and the Future Food Group, has certainly reached icon status. A true innovator and inspiration, Chirnomula’s Thali is setting a new standard for quality. The […]

| September 19, 2012
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Tandoor Hits Rego Park

Tandoor Hits Rego Park

Rated one of the top restaurants in the area on dine.com, Tandoor is a hidden gem in the Rego Park section of Queens. Situated in a step-down dining room on the ground floor of a glass-covered office building on Queens Boulevard, Tandoor offers those in search of fine Indian cuisine, a welcome respite in the […]

| September 19, 2012
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Tamarind Takes Flight

Tamarind Takes Flight

The sophomore effort of restaurateur Avtar Walia has significantly raised the bar for the Tamarind brand and added a much needed diversity to the streets of TriBeCa. With 10 years of history operating on 22nd Street, it was time to expand. After serious negotiations to open an onsite restaurant at Las Vegas’s Venetian Hotel, the […]

| September 19, 2012
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The Garden at Surya

The Garden at Surya

Surya, which refers to the sun god in Hindu mythology, is a unique Indian Restaurant in the sometimes chaotic West Village. Highlighted by outdoor garden dining, it is a lovely place to have a quiet dinner in lower Manhattan. With 20 years of experience, Chef Lala Sharma is at the helm and driving the direction […]

| September 19, 2012
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