There are a basic 20 to 30 spices that are used in in Indian cooking and there are infinite ways of using then; cumin, coriander, turmeric, and ginger, to name a few. There are many health benefits and every spice has a reason for being there.
Indian cuisine is one of the friendliest cuisines around for vegetarians. The spices and sauces not only breathe new life into the likes of potatoes, cauliflower, peas, and eggplant but also enhance the flavor and taste. Palak paneer with naan is sure to entice and convert even the biggest meat lovers.
Let’s not forget about the meat lovers!
Their spread from Biryanis to Lamb chops and kebabs to the delicious shrimp and fish curries is worthy of a royal feast.
“The Chicken 65 served at the bar was simply delicious”
“This was a delicious meal! We heard good things about this restaurant and we decided to go last night to their new location on summer street. It was really good, just the right amount of spice for Indians, with a great presentation and amazing flavors. We ordered the Goan fish curry, Chicken Tikka masala, Goat biryani and Navratna korma. (My favorite was the Goat biryani and fish curry, but all were great!!) We enjoyed them as left overs as well! We will definitely be coming back again.”
Cat D, Stamford, CT
“Love the ambience and the food. All the best at the new location!”
“My wife and I were huge fans of their previous location and were nervous about the new place opening in a much more densely populated area. However when we got here, we were pretty impressed by the decor! The menu has been expanded a bit but the same underlying items are there. The goat biryani is excellent and the chili fish was great. All said and done I think this restaurant is very nicely executed.”
Biru, Mamaroneck, NY
“Compliments to the chef. The Crispy okra was unique”