Indian beers pair with contemporary recipes and traditional cuisine, such as tandoori kebabs, spicy shrimp madras, and mint chicken
What You'll Get
- $13.50 for $20 worth of lunch or dinner for two, valid Sunday-Thursday only
- See the menu.
The Fine Print
About India's Kitchen
At India's Kitchen, a flurry of freshly ground spices finds its way into a variety of traditional and contemporary entrees. Along with chicken, lamb, and seafood, the tandoor clay oven sizzles appetizers such as fresh, fluffy naan. The kitchen can customize spiciness levels or swap in gluten-free ingredients for the handful of dishes—though many are already gluten-free. An extensive daily lunch buffet lines up some of the restaurant's greatest hits, and a trickling faux-rock fountain beckons patrons to the full bar, where bartenders pair the cuisine's authentic aromas and flavors with imported Indian beers.