As a culinary palindrome, naan tastes the same backwards as it does forwards, like the bananab or a Toyota. Take a bite in every direction with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of authentic Indian fare at All India on Davie.
All India’s extensive dinner menu foreshadows tales of authentic curries and tandoori entrees forked and spooned into eager mouths in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. Punch up blasé palates with potato-infused vegetable samosas ($4.95) before diving into a hearty tandoori-baked entree of chicken tikka marinated in garlic, ginger, onion, and yogurt ($11.95), or prawns baked to succulent succulence in a traditional clay oven ($13.95). Delight in the creamy decadence of lamb shahi korma covered in cashew sauce ($12.95), or savour the richness of house-favourite butter chicken, swimming beneath a spicy drizzling of dairy-based butter sauce ($12.95). Herbivores can successfully avoid kingdom Animalia with a bowl of mattar paneer, a curry of fresh cheese, peas, and onion gravy ($10.95), or aloo gobhi, a starchy selection of cauliflower and potatoes dressed in spicy sauce ($10.95) fit to sop up with warm garlic naan ($2.25) or ultra-absorbent sweater vests.
Enjoy the restaurant’s sleek black furniture, Indian-inspired art, and whimsical checkered floor while sipping a quaffable from All India’s drink menu, such as wine by the glass ($5.95–$7.95) or an imported bottle of Kingfisher or Taj Mahal beer ($5.95). Conclude festive feasts with an extreme gulab jamun, a deep-fried dough ball soaked in honey syrup and served a flambé to ward off stray honey bees and aggressive Pooh bears ($5.50).
Judge's Indian Cuisine
Judge's Indian Cuisine celebrates the diverse tastes of the Indian subcontinent through a smorgasbord of curries, veggie stews, and marinated chicken, lamb, and rice dishes. Its uniformed chefs blend spices by hand each day, imbuing dishes with complex flavours that would be impossible to achieve with prefabricated curry powders or biryanis in time-release pill capsules. Guests cross checkered floors to take seats at varnished wood tables, where they can sop up rich sauces with fluffy naan and savour tandoori-baked chicken, kebabs, and paneer.
1188 Davie St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 1N1Get Directions