The best Indian place in Queens and maybe all of New York City, Seva is one of those restaurants that you won’t be able to shut up about until someone from your social circle tries it for themselves. If you want to keep things very affordable, go for the prix fixe sampler, which includes an appetizer, an entree, and dessert of your choosing for $15.95, but then you might miss out on the lamb spring roll, intensely flavorful chicken tikka, or lamb saag. Make a reservation, bring friends, and see who can best handle their spice when the lamb vindaloo hits the table.
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