The menu at Great India Café plays host to a wide variety of Indian delicacies, as well as a great number of words describing said variety. The dedicated chefs use only fresh and high-definition ingredients in each dish, starting with appetizers such as the ever-popular somosa ($4) and aloo tikki ($4.95). The wholesome, vegetarian aloo gobi ($9.95), made with cauliflower, potatoes, fresh tomatoes, ginger, green chili, and ground coriander ($9.95), is considered a suitable offering to the pharaoh atop the food pyramid. Great India Cafe boasts a savory take on the standard chicken tikka ($10.95), as well as a variation called green chicken tikka ($12.95), which incorporates cilantro, ginger, garlic, mint, and basil into the classic homemade sauce.
Butter-hued walls seem to melt in the glow of wall sconces and constellation-style lights. The intricate folds of red curtains evoke the whorled petals of roses beside potted ferns and flowers. Less than a mile from Venice Beach, aromas drift from homemade naan bread, tandoori shrimp, and chicken marinated in fresh ginger, mint, and yogurt. Beside raisin-strewn biryani rice dishes, lamb and beef curries impart hints of coconut and garlic in the diner's choice of mild, medium, or hot. After sampling all of Agra's chutneys, guests can dunk spoons into pistachio ice cream, which provides a pleasant end to meals, unlike the eject button on a bib.
Located in the heart of Pacific Palisades and 5 minutes from Santa Monica, Taj Palace is a family owned and run business that is passionate about great Indian Cuisine and customer service. Indian food is healthy and nutritious and can be ordered mild, medium or spicy. It is the one cultural food you can eat plenty of and st
Clay Oven Indian Restaurant’s traditional tandoor ovens bake sizzling poultry, seafood, and veggie dishes from a diverse menu. A daily lunch buffet and weekend champagne brunch let diners hover over a multitude of dishes infused with traditional spices, using their forks as divining rods. Cradled in gold-hued chairs, patrons complete culinary adventures by digging into indian rice pudding, traditional pistachio ice cream, or a giant stack of after-dinner mints in the shape of the Taj Mahal.