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Amruth's authentic approach to Indian cuisine emphasizes cooked-to-order preparations and fresh flavors with its menu of traditional soups, snacks, entrees, tandoori dishes, and rice-laden biryanis. Harmonious herbivores can revel in Amruth's sizable slew of vegetarian selections, such as bhindi masala ($9.99), a blend of okra, tomatoes, and onions sautéed in spices, and vegetable kurma ($9.99), while carnivorous connoisseurs can gnash apart tandoori-baked chicken, shrimp, and lamb offerings with all the zest of a newly cloned velociraptor. Spice lovers and piquancy phobes blissfully coexist alongside palate-pleasing plates of tender-yet-fiery lamb vindaloo ($11.49) and creamy, mild butter chicken ($10.99), both of which are best sopped up by a tasty mop of garlic naan ($2.59).