Café Roti's Indian and Pakistani dishes slake tumultuous tummies with flavor-infused fare prepared in accordance with tradition. Café Roti's menu covers all corners of the flavor spectrum with a selection of tandoori treats and spice-covered dishes. Diners chowing down on the royal biryani ($13.95) will dip taste buds into a sensory whirlpool of spice and herb-coated basmati rice, mixed vegetables, and a choice of savory chicken, lamb, or shrimp. Oven aficionados can munch on the chicken tikka kabob, a bell pepper, onion, and marinated chicken meat stick ($11.99) baked in a tandoor oven to lock in the clay-oven flavors never achieved when cooking in a pottery kiln. A plethora of flavored naan breads, such as garlic ($2.95) and kashmiri naan ($3.95), accompany meals to keep spice-emboldened tongues from finally expressing their fierce feelings about gargling mouthwash. Tip back a glass of fruity mango lassi ($2.99) or draft beer ($2.99, 16 oz.) to wash down any last digestive digressions.
Named after the small restaurants in India they aim to emulate, Dhaba Indian Cuisine engages taste buds with an array of authentic dishes and flavors from across its culinary homeland. Wake up hibernating taste buds with a spicy blast of chicken tikka marinated in a smooth blend of spices and yogurt, or fried mirchi vada stuffed with pickled green chilies. Morsels of chicken, lamb, and prawns fight to hide beneath mounds of rice in the special nawabi biryani and more than 15 savory chicken specialties hold down dishes threatening to elope with curved silverware. Blazing spices scorch taste buds with each mouthful of lamb vindaloo and homemade cubes of indian cottage cheese mingle with a blend of fresh veggies in the paneer jalfrezi's rich tomato curry. Glasses of house wine cool spice-tickled palates, preventing the need to order ice cream between courses to balm sweating tongues.
At Taste of Indian Sebring, chefs whip up a sprawling menu of classic Indian cuisine. As they prepare dishes such as tandoori shrimp and chicken vindaloo, they alter spice levels to customer requests of mild, medium, or hot. Their menu also includes vegetarian and vegan options such as vegetable masala or aloo gobhi.
Tasting the foods of a certain country or culture usually involves traveling––either to that spot on the globe, or at least to a restaurant that specializes in those foods. But Tapas Eats has eliminated the need for travel altogether. In a process that fuses convenience with deliciousness, the staff whips up international dishes and delivers them to the doors of its customers. The menu prominently features Mexican and Italian specialties as well as fried rice and a variety of ceviches. There's even a separate, health-centered menu for kids, which lets youngsters get much-needed nourishment by eating organic goodies instead of deep-fried flashcards.