Nestled in among the old-school, $9.95 prix-fixe Indian joints on 6th St. is this chic spot by restaurateur Shiva Natarajan. who brings Goa and Punjabi specialties to the area. This means the chili... read more
Ex-Tamarind hand spins off his classy midtown spot to Tribeca. Contemporary room like the original, with butterscotch banquettes and chairs, dark wood tables. Named for the oldest city in India, se... read more
One of the better spots in town to get oysters topped with grapefruit confit and Pop Rocks. Super-creative Iron Chef competitor Jehangir Mehta gives Graffiti a little breathing room with a perch in... read more
Flatiron spot expands to epic, Tabla-like space in Tribeca. Two levels of perfunctory poshness, with sage-shaded seats, marble and wood accents. Menu brings together regional Indian specialties. Pu... read more
Petite Curry Hill storefront cranking out custom stuffed flatbreads. Open-fire grill adds character to meats and veggies, we're loving on spicy chicken masala, traditional lamb kabob, and paneer ti... read more
Call it what you like—we prefer "Asian-fusion-whatever"—but Macao's prospects aren't a gamble. From epicurean dream team behind Employees Only comes this new, wood-lined, vagu... read more
Indian street food for drunks and skinflints. And Indian street food lovers. Chicken tikka, paneer, or lamb wrapped in paratha (think taco by way of Bengal) make up for the cheap chain-store feel. ... read more
Bombay, Amagansett, Soho—a logical enough progression! Calming chanting soundtrack for frazzled shopping nerves. Contemplate armed struggle for a seat. Moms taking a break from using daughters to m... read more
The jewel of Curry Row. Get beckoned inside and leave happy for once. Genial and dusky. Tasteful interior a definite anomaly for the 6th Street Bollywood-on-crack norm. Lounge off to the side. Slig... read more
One of the choicer Indian spots, just off the 6th Street gauntlet. Gives Curry Row crowd the high hat. Attentive, formal staff in a spiffed-up duplex. Potent mango and brandy cocktails knock your s... read more
Blaring Bengali beats, subcontinental hip-hop. More hanging chili pepper lights than science thought possible. Ridiculously cheap food, sinus-clearing vindaloos, flaky samosas. Great service and wa... read more
One of the classier Indian spots in the city. Beige interior a beacon of urbane modernity, with antique Asian touches providing much-needed color. Finely spiced, extensive menu of veggie dishes, ri... read more
Owners of Moroccan-themed Katra in the Lower East Side bring Middle Eastern fusion to Flatiron. Swanky décor and specialty cocktails like Sari Night will be your magic carpet out of the city... read more
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