Chefs combine ancient and modern Indian approaches to create a unique culinary experience with the exotic flavors of India
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Inside Cafe India’s kitchen, chefs fire up their clay ovens to cook tandoori chicken marinated in yogurt and spices and bake tender cubes of lamb lined up on skewers. The restaurant’s menu spotlights dishes from all over India, such as the coconut-accented South Indian curry, from the Kerala region, and the spicy, chili-flavored vindaloo, originated in the western region of Goa. The café’s special vegetarian or non-vegetarian dinners for two feed duos, with entrees complemented with samosas, soups, fresh-baked naan, and basmati rice. Cocktails from the full bar wash down meals and bring out long-forgotten Bollywood dance routines as diners relax in the dining area, painted in warm hues of yellow, orange, and red.
Our whole family enjoyed the food, from our vegan daughter to my vegetarian wife to my meat loving son, as well as I enjoying the Tandori Chicken! Recommend it to anyone who enjoys authentic Indian food.
Dennis M. ·
October 31, 2014
When the waiter ask you about the spices (curry) and how you would like it, I would say mild...The waiter was very nice and attentive. The food was very good.
Walter C. ·
October 31, 2014
If you like it spicy, you will really have to beg them. The flavor was great but I ordered EXTRA spicy and I swear it was mild.