New York is a foodie’s dream. The city boasts everything from a meatball-only restaurant to restaurants that specialize in grilled cheese, meaning you can find food to satisfy any taste bud.Zagat’s Buzz Blog recently found the best Indian restaurants, based on the company’s standard food-service-decor ratings.
So next time you’ve got a hankering for curry or Tandoori, check out one of these cultural culinary gems.
Devi, named after the mother goddess, is the only Indian restaurant in the United States to have earned a Michelin star, according to the restaurant's website. The 75-seat restaurant sits right outside Manhattan's Union Square.
Chola offers a mix of traditional Indian cuisine and off-beat, more regional types of food. The menu boasts everything from chicken kali mirch to Martha Stewart's onion naan.
Amma breaks away from traditional Indian custom, choosing to serve food on individual plates rather than family style. The menu boasts everything from Cochin Crab Cakes to Tandoori Chicken.
Owner Avtar Walia opened his famous restaurant in 2001. The name Tamarind honours one of his favourite ingredients. His menu showcases classics such as Seekh Kabab and Chicken Tikka Masala.
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