While it’s difficult to resist Taste of India’s curries — the chicken korma is a sweet and spicy fave — the tandoori chicken is sure to delight fans of backyard barbecues. Cooked in a clay oven called a tandoor, the chicken comes out a burning bright red that lets you know right off the bat that you’re going to get a little spicy kick. If grilled meats are your thing, you’ll probably like their kebabs — chicken ginger, boti (hunks of lamb), and seekh (minced lamb). There are also plenty of vegetarian options, from the chana masala (chickpeas cooked with tomato, and onion) to the mutter paneer (peas and cheese in a curry sauce) and bhindi masala (okra with tomatoes, onions, and ginger). Taste of Indian also serves up a mighty fine lunch buffet.
—Chris Haire Dish (Winter 2013)
Authentic traditional Indian menu.
Features: Lunch, Dinner
Hours: Lunch and Dinner (daily)