Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for $36 worth of Indian dinner cuisine for two, valid Monday–Friday
- $42 for $72 worth of Indian dinner cuisine for four, valid Monday–Friday
- See the menu.
Aasna, Melange of India
When Shyam Khanal opened Aasna, Melange of India, he didn't throw a publicized grand opening. As he explained to the San Jose Mercury News, he was more concerned with the quality of his food and service than the quantity of guests. And his attention to both food and service hasn't let up since, an effort that wasn't lost on the Mercury News. As the paper said, "Khanal knows what makes a good restaurant great."
For starters, the categorized menu is a breeze to navigate. Meat eaters will easily find the restaurant's specialty bone-in goat curry, vegetarians the malai kofta, and vegans the tofu masala. Even the buffet has separate tables for vegetarian and meat-based entrees. And instead of waiting for food to appear, guests can watch chefs prepare it in the glass-enclosed kitchen. If patrons' eyes wander, they can also take in the lovely, colorful collection of Indian artwork displayed throughout the sunny dining room. Unless it's raining, then the room probably won't be sunny.