Marigold Restaurant

4832 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640 Directions
+17732934653
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A chance meeting at a cocktail party turned into a life change for Jim Dragatsis and Sandeep Malhotra who joined culinary forces in 2006 to create Marigold Restaurant, an Indian eatery infused with modern elements. To breathe life into their menu, the duo brought in Executive Chef Joe Moore, who has keenly and artistically crafted such entrees as tandoori barbecue lamb ribs, naanwiches, and curries seasoned with grilled fennel. This creative approach to Indian food earned the Uptown eatery a shout out in the 2011 Michelin Guide, and allowed them to upgrade to new digs in Andersonville in the fall of 2012. Though the location may have changed, guests can still dine on savory platters of tandoor-baked naan, house-made paneer, and fresh chutney while sipping on sweet mango lassi, Chakra Indian beer, or a variety of creative cocktails.

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Many people described the Butter Chicken as Traditional.
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Many people described the Naan as Not Good. Others thought:
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  • Fresh
  • Warm
  • Good
  • Perfect
  • Yummy
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  • Not Good
  • Typical
  • Not Oily
  • Yucky
  • Greasy
Many people described the Samosas as Delicious. Others thought:
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  • Delicious
  • Tasty
  • Good
  • Fine
  • Great
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  • Average
  • Spicy
  • Bland
  • Bad
  • Doughy
Many people described the Tandoori Chicken as Outstanding.
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Many people described the Lamb Shank as Spicy.
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Many people described the Chicken Tikka as Good.
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Many people described the Vindaloo as Good. Others thought:
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  • Good
  • Delicious
  • Real
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  • Spicy
  • Oily
  • Bland
Many people described the Basmati Rice as Love. Others thought:
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  • Love
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  • Yucky