The last 10 years have seen contemporary / modern Indian take over NYC in a truly truly glorious way. It has always made me proud to see these restaurants come up and be loved by Indian, non-Indians, and American-born Indians. Semma opened right after I left NYC and moved to Seattle. (Can’t wait to come…
Every Indian Accent plate deserves a post of its own in which case this blog would be filled with more Indian food that I’d like. So let’s look at my latest visit to my favorite Indian restaurant in Manhattan.
Fine dining Indian tasting menu by Michellin starred chef VIkas Khanna
Fine dining contemporary Indian food prepared through molecular gastronomy techniques
Despite being a vegetarian, the only green vegetable I voluntarily eat is Bhindi, aka Okra. Delicious, spicy and decently quick to prepare, it’s one of my favorite. Prepare your dry masala with dry cilantro powder, salt, red chili powder, a hint of chaat masala, Kitchen King masala Slit the okra to and add the masala in…
The bhel was followed by this assorted vegetarian spread, from beans to gravy dishes, to rice and curry. At Bhatti Indian Grill (100 Lexington Ave, 27th Street) NYC.
At NYC, as starters to an pretty good lunch meal at Bhatti Indian Grill (100 Lexington Ave, 27th Street)
A tasty Punjabi meal at Taj Mahal, Syracuse (with Mango lassi)
Frozen vegetables & ready to cook rice with salty yogurt. Cooked by me.
Home prepared in oil & spices. Garnished with Coriander, cooked by me.