The culinary artisans at Kokila Indian Cuisine prepare a bevy of dishes with influences from different geographical areas within India. Experience a flash of taste with an appetizer of crispy onions fried in lentil batter ($4.50) or gobi Manchuria, deep-fried, soy-sauce-infused cauliflower cooked under intense heat in the desert for which it is named ($7.50). Rise above hunger with a hearty entree of eight marinated jumbo shrimp ($14.95) while obviating pangs of thirst with a refreshing mango lassi ($3), or placate grumbling tummies with a plate of garbanzo beans accoutered with sautéed onions and tomatoes in a medium spicy sauce ($9.95). Indian cuisine neophytes, meanwhile, can try a first-timer special, which consists of soup, vegetable pakoras, vegetable kurma curry, chicken tikka masala, naan, an instruction manual, and rice ($14.95).
The cooks at Amruth Indian Kitchen embrace pan-regional Indian flavors in dishes made exclusively with halal meats. A clay tandoor oven bakes fragrant naan and roasts skewers of yogurt-marinated meats, which then top tables illuminated by pendant lamps. The lunch and dinner buffet lining the restaurant's back wall typically brims with more than 30 choices, and features a spread of vegetarian-only entrees on Thursday evenings. Although Amruth Indian Kitchen doesn't serve alcohol, they do invite diners to bring a bottle of wine from home or squeeze their own by filling a pant pocket with grapes.
The chefs at Ohry's Indian Cuisine create southern and northern Indian dishes flavored with unique combinations of spices and ingredients. Specialty entrees include a wide variety of vegetarian options, such as the mushroom masala or stir-fried vegetables, and Chinese specialties also extend the borders of the expansive menu.
MasalaWok® is a Casual Asian and Indian Diner featuring best of Asian and Indian dishes. Asian menu features a blend of typical Asian and Indian inspired Chinese dishes. Indian menu features traditional curries prepared with fresh herbs and seasonings, and meats cooked in tandoor oven.
Qarni Indo-Pak Grill's menu woos diners with a bevy of alluring flavors from around the globe, representing culinary traditions of India, Pakistan, Italy, China, and Mexico. Deep-sea dive into more than 50 á la carte items with the aaloo cutlass, two lightly fried potato patties with herbs and spices ($1.99), or the chicken lollypop, a quartet of deep-fried chicken drumsticks marinated in spices ($4.99). Skewer meat cravings with the tender beef bihari kebab ($8.99), or heat up a hypothermic appetite with spicy achar gosht, a mutton curry boasting roasted pepper, hot pickles, and a working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop ($8.99). Veggievores can try out the palak paneer, tender pieces of fresh cheese roasted with fresh herbs and spinach ($7.99), or karhi, lentil patties served with spicy yogurt sauce ($6.99). Dictate an engaging dinner epilogue of kheer, a spiced rice pudding with nuts ($3.99), or halwa, grated carrots or squash in reduced milk and nuts ($4.99). A weekday lunch buffet ($7.99) allows indecisive eaters to compulsively adorn their plates with an array of multifaceted, multicolored nibbles, much like a lovesick bowerbird.