Season your day with some Indian spice — Touch of Spice serves top-notch Indian-style cuisine.
G-free and low-fat are just a couple of examples, come here for a quick bite that will leave you feeling healthy.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at Touch of Spice with its kid-friendly fare.
Touch of Spice has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties.
Whether it's just you and a date or you're bringing the whole gang, it's best to call ahead and make a reservation.
Folks tend to dress down at Touch of Spice, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant.
Grab Touch of Spice's delicious food on the go with its takeout and delivery services.
Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and Touch of Spice will ensure that it is delicious.
Park on the street for easy access to name.
Treating yourself doesn't mean breaking the bank, come taste the great dishes Touch of Spice has to offer.
Inside the open-concept kitchen at Hot Clay Oven, the tandoor oven cooks up a fusion of Indian, Caribbean, and American cuisine, including decadently spiced proteins such as tandoori chicken and paneer cheese. These proteins are just two of the options guests can choose for their custom creations, which start off with a rice bowl, salad bowl, wrap, or naan wrap, and build from there. They can add in Indian, Caribbean, and American toppings, such as banana peppers, Caribbean salsa, or complex tamarind as well as spicy red chutney. Patrons can also choose ? la carte entrees?including chicken tikka masala and yellow daal?and pair them with wine and beer.
Agras Bay Leaf's chefs craft a menu full of the expected flavor of Indian food, but they've stowed away a few surprises, as well. They work with the cuisine's signature vegetables and proteins, such as lamb and goat, by incorporating them into rice biryanis, tandoori-broiled kebabs, and thick curries. In a departure from the typical, though, they populate certain dishes with tropical ingredients seldom seen in the average American kitchen or two-car garage. The chefs enrich rice stir-fires with the flesh of the sweet, fibrous jackfruit, fill dumplings with lotus stems, and turn all sorts of fruits and vegetables into a rainbow of piquant chutneys.
By November, the crisp autumn air takes on a blustery winter chill, and cumbersome winter coats begin to take the place of stylish fall jackets. This change in fashion goes hand in hand with the change in seasons and with the philosophy of Mausam Indian Cuisine. The restaurant’s name means “seasons” in Hindi, and Mausam’s elegant three-story space boasts a restaurant, a lounge, and two versatile banquet halls, ready to change to accommodate a client’s request for any and every kind of event. Mausam’s staff can adapt table settings from simple and elegant pearl-white cloths with minimal accoutrements to bold colors with bountiful bouquets at every turn. Eager to please, the staff will even trade in the house specialty, Indian food, for any cuisine the client wishes to bring themselves, such as Mexican, Italian, or Lunchables.
Patrons simply looking for a low-key dinner out can head to the restaurant for traditional Indian favorites, such as chicken tikka masala, spicy goat curry, and plenty of vegetarian options laced with fragrant Indian spices. Red and white wines and a dozen kinds of domestic and imported beers wash away the last morsels of dessert, such as black-and-white cream puffs or orange-pineapple ice cream.