About this Business
From Our Editors
Beneath walls the color of warm ghee, the clarified butter used in Indian cuisine, street vendor–style carts brim with thick curries. Taste of India's waiters emerge from the kitchen, their arms stacked with plates of lamb with house-toasted spices, rice dishes, and chicken and prawns steeped in the sweltering heat of a tandoor. After scooping up the last chickpea with a piece of warm naan, guests relax under the sparkles of gold ornaments hanging from above. They click glasses of wine or imported Kingfisher and Taj Mahal beers in a toast to celebrate getting promoted or successfully assembling a team to prank-call a casino.