From Our Editors
Chef and owner Sanjiv Dhar has delighted College Hill diners with his extensive menu of authentic, fresh Indian cuisine since 1987. Drawing upon the flavors of India's many culinary regions, Kabob and Curry features a wide range of dishes beloved by both herbivores and meatophiles alike. Lunch and dinner menus are clearly labeled for easy identification of spicy, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and Lego-free dishes. Starters and breads appear on both menus, granting patrons the uncanny ability to enjoy minced-lamb samosas ($3.50), pesto-stuffed naan ($3), and South–Indian lentil soup ($2.99). For midday mastication, travel to India's western coast with spicy-chicken xacuti ($6.75), or set out toward southerly climes with a creamy, coconut-based South–Indian shrimp curry ($7.25). Chronic coin-flippers can have the best of both worlds with lunchtime combination plates ($9.99+), which come with two dishes and a choice of rice or naan.