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Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Indian cuisine for parties of two or more
- $20 for $40 worth of Indian cuisine for parties of four or more
The menu includes bhindi masala with sautéed okra ($8.99), lamb tikka masala in a creamy tomato sauce ($12.99), and tandoor-roasted swordfish kabobs ($13.99).
Indian Spicy Kitchen
The mouthwatering aromas of Indian spices and freshly baked bread waft throughout Indian Spicy Kitchen—especially during lunch hours, when chefs stock the all-you-can-eat buffet with a smorgasbord of traditional dishes. In addition to more than a dozen vegetarian entrées, they whip up tender chicken, lamb, and seafood curries, which pool onto plates and get sopped up by warm breads from the tandoor oven.
In the dining room, leather chairs flank tables topped with white-and-red-checkered tablecloths, delicately folded linen napkins, and solitary flowers. Indian Spicy Kitchen also occasionally hosts live music in the form of Bollywood crooners, regional artists, and robots pre-programmed to sing public-domain tunes.
Daawat Indian Cuisine
When Austin Chronicle food reviewer Mick Vann stopped by Daawat Indian Cuisine, he was delighted to find that its chefs whipped up small batches of each buffet dish, which meant the empty trays were constantly replaced with hot, fresh food. He praised Daawat's Chettinad-style goat curry and Mughlai malai chicken curry with yogurt, cream, and saffron, but he was particularly impressed with its naan, which arrived table-side straight out of the piping-hot tandoor oven.
In addition to the buffet dishes, chefs prepare traditional entrees, including south Indian specialties, as well as a few Indo-Chinese options. These mildly spiced rice and noodle eats often appeal to diners who, much like a snowman, dislike a lot of heat.