All dishes here are vegetarian and the menu features both North and South Indian curries. We usually like to order a few combinations from each side of the country, plus some traditional breads like the stuffed paratha (which you can fill with your choice of onion, potato, or paneer). Bonus points: the restaurant’s address, relatively close to Alphabet City, makes this place a standout in kosher circles used to mingling in Midtown.
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