The people behind the Bay Leaf Cafe know how to take care of guests. The founder spent 24 years operating day spas before turning to pampering palates with Indian food. The chef, too, knows something about luxury, having cooked for the
ultra-upscale Taj Group of Hotels and learned to make naan soft enough to use as a pillow. This training results not in a formal dining environment, but in a welcoming spot that gives diners lots of options. A special Grab & Go menu lets them dash in for rice bowls, chapati wraps, salads, and classic Indian snacks. Those who dine in pore over an extensive selection of mesquite-baked tandoori meats, stuffed naan, vegetarian dishes, and even traditional goat and fish curries.