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$12.50 for $25 Worth of Indian Cuisine
Lightly spiced potatoes and peas fill fried samosas ($3), while chicken tikka masala entices diners with a creamy tomato sauce ($12.95) and lamb biryani pairs saffron-laced basmati rice with herbs ($11.95). Desserts include gulab jamun, a warm milk dumpling drenched in sweet cardamom syrup ($3). See the full menu.
Street corners. Royal dining rooms. Clay tandoor ovens. Delhi. Mumbai. Chefs at Magic Garlic source inspiration from all over India to craft a menu that mirrors the diversity of India’s culinary landscape. Vegetarian entrees, such as herbed lentils, slake non-omnivorous appetites with Indian classics that deliver as many sumptuous spice combinations as the myriad lamb, chicken, and seafood dishes. Additionally, a selection of tandoori specials offers diners classic flavors that can only come from cooking in a 500-degree oven or over a candle on Mars. And if this range of dishes isn’t enough, Magic Garlic adds another level of diversity by offering a continental menu, featuring classic global dishes such as fish and chips, stroganoff, and spaghetti with meat sauce.