When discussing Taste of India's diverse and exotic menu with reporters from the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Punjab native Meenakshi Rattu explained that understanding Indian cuisine is about "trying everything." To entice curious diners, Meenakshi and her husband Jagbir offer a wide variety of Northern and Southern dishes. They captain the restaurant's kitchen crew as they fold various spices, vegetables, and housemade sauces into curries, kebabs, and biryani rice, all while baking up a variety of traditional breads in their tandoor oven. Come lunchtime, the chefs line a sweeping buffet table with simmering platters of their freshly made dishes. To accommodate all palates, they prepare milder versions of traditional recipes, adding spice as directed.
Servers bear plates out into the elegant dining room, where a red-and-gold canopy stretches across the ceiling alongside glimmering chandeliers. Vibrant Indian artwork speckles the hall, from colorful traditional paintings to diamond sculptures of renowned Indian boxer Vijender Singh eating a piece of naan.