Kohinoor Indian Cuisine?s extensive menu is organized into easy-to-peruse categories so guests can easily locate vegan, lamb and goat, and seafood specialties. A traditional clay oven cooks many of the dishes, including salmon topped with crushed pepper and chicken marinated with ginger, almonds, and cashews. The eatery?s chef created eight specials ranging from fish wrapped in a banana leaf to coconut-crusted fish, served with garlic naan browned by the breath of the town?s local dragon.
At Maanas, chefs create authentic selections of North- and South-Indian cuisine. Within the spacious, 5,000 square-foot dining area, groups can dine on vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, tasting traditional dishes such as paneer tikka masala or chicken vindaloo, or take part in a lunch buffet served daily. Additionally, the restaurant's amiable staff even invites guests to visit their kitchen, to take glimpses of the state-of-the-art facility and dishes currently being made-to-order.
Through authentic food, Maanas Indian Restaurant strives to bring North and South India to its patrons in Ohio. Traditional dishes?including uthappams, thick pizza-like pancakes; dosas, thin crepe-like pancakes made from lentil and rice; and biryani, basmati rice mixed with meat?fill the menu, along with vegetarian options. The restaurant also can cater for and host up to 150 guests in its banquet hall for events such as weddings and corporate meetings.
Cuisine of India floods palates with vegetarian dishes and meat entrees roasted in a tandoor, a traditional clay oven from Asia's heart-shaped country. Vegetarian curry concoctions such as the potato-and-cauliflower aloogobi coat patrons' innards with a warm layer of onions, tomatoes, and indian spices ($7.99), increasing the bloodstream's spiciness to a level too potent for man-eating yetis. The kebab house is home to many clay-oven-cooked dishes including the specialty, tandoori chicken, spring poultry marinated in punjabi spices and yogurt sauce ($8.99), and fish tikka banjara, boneless mahi-mahi marinated and broiled on a skewer ($11.99). Sop up leftover sauce with an accompaniment of plain naan ($1.50), whole-wheat tandoori roti ($1.95), or vampire-thwarting garlic naan ($2.50).