About this Business
- Indian, Italian, Seafood, Vegetarian, Asian
- Lunch, Dinner
From Our Editors
Monsoon Cuisine of India takes its name from the romance of monsoon season, which brings a respite from year-round heat and a sense of festive renewal to the streets. But the festive feel that both the menu and decor exhibit isn’t stifled by tradition; both leaven venerated Indian customs with 21st-century flair. Mango-marinated prawns whet appetites in appetizer form before diners settle in for main dishes such as fish curry, butter chicken, and veggie biryani. Even the beverages keep with the street-food vibe, offering guests anything from the tropical fruit flavors of a mango lassi to the warm spice of a masala chai, all served in glasses so as to keep your hands dry.