Red-bricked walls and colorful murals of city streets surround the cozy main dining room at Main Street Diner, where a casual crowd noshes hulking portions of comfort dishes from the extensive menu. Starters such as the buffalo blue mozzarella ($4.50) and fried pickles ($4) work tirelessly as palate prep for grippable grub, such as the zesty jalapeño chicken sandwich ($7) and the guacamole-infused California burger ($8.50), each served on a toasty bun. Dairy lovers can brain-freeze romantic moments as they sip from the strawberry milkshake ($3).
Favorite Indian Restaurant serves up lamb, chicken, and seafood prepared according to Northern Indian traditions. In the kitchen, cooks season vegetable biryanis with saffron and assemble plates of hot and spicy chicken vindaloo served over potatoes. Lunch and dinner buffets provide a spread of all-you-can-eat fare, letting indecisive patrons get a taste of everything without taking the trouble of licking all the dishes at nearby tables. The restaurant also packs up its food for take-out, delivery, and catering.
Behind a façade of yellow bricks and twinkling string lights is Citrus Indian Fusion, a hub for North and South Indian dishes. Through the glass doors, aromas strike first––indication that morsels of marinated lamb, chicken, and fish are curing in a tandoor grill. Scents of ginger, garlic, and Andhra spice waft through the air, prompting guests to sop up zesty curries and their tears of joy with whole-wheat roti or warm naan.
At Chaat Bhavan, a full menu of Indian fare avoids meat as fastidiously as if it were a banana peel on a video-game highway. Snacks include masala chaat, a spicy fruit chutney served with crispy wafers, and missal pav, a mixture of black lentils and crispy noodles. Pan-cooked spinach paratha bread sops up soupy entrees such as the chana sag, which pairs garbanzo beans with fresh spinach, and the aloo gobi mattar, a union of potatoes, peas, and spices. Everything on Chaat Bhavan’s bill of fare is meat-free, and many eats also accommodate Jain customs and veganism.
Biryani Bowl's chefs dish out a diverse menu of pan-seared and tandoor-cooked Indian cuisine, each plate rife with aromatic spices and helpings of steaming rice. The restaurant’s eponymous dum biryani dishes arrive to tables flanked by hearty vegetables, chicken, mutton, or shrimp, along with savory curries, tandoori delicacies, and rice dishes to suit varied tastes. Sweet-and-salty lassis complement Indo-Chinese dishes and desi wok noodles, as ice cream dishes and gulab jamon conclude meals more sweetly than a tiny fairy driving you home while humming lullabies.
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