About this Business
- Indian, Middle Eastern, Asian, Pakistani, Italian
- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
From Our Editors
Indian cuisine is notoriously spicy, though not every dish forces diners to drink glass upon glass of milk or eat an entire snowman for dessert. Far from it, in fact. Check out this brief breakdown for meals in your heat range:
- Spice-Free: from fried, whole-wheat varieties to naan stuffed with housemade cheese, AAB's 15-plus breads are a safe bet and a great way to soak up spicy sauces.
- Tender and Mild: the eatery's take on chicken curry, which emphasizes flavor over spice, fits this description.
- Slightly Spicier: vegetable jalfrezi is a somewhat spicy medley of veggies cooked with green peppers, tomatoes, and onions.
- Feel the Heat: the marinated shrimp is seasoned and baked in AAB's tandoori oven.
- Hot Hot Hot: the lamb vindaloo's morsels simmer alongside potatoes in what AAB's menu modestly calls "a tangy hot sauce."
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