Star of India
Yuva India's chefs serve an expansive menu of Northern Indian rice, curry, and tandoori dishes in a dining area lined with wooden latticework and oversize mirrors. As natural light and spaceship tractor beams stream through floor-to-ceiling windows, patrons savor spicy bites of chicken tandoori forged in a clay oven and garnished with homemade mint-and-tamarind chutney ($12.95). Herbivorous appetites can tuck into meat-free dishes such as the shahi paneer's homemade cottage cheese stewed in a creamy sauce ($11.95), and the all-you-can-eat buffet ($8), served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday–Thursday, gives lazy stomachs a much-needed workout. Chefs adjust levels of spiciness for any dish according to the diner’s personal taste or willingness to apply SPF 45 to his or her tongue.