$10 Worth of Indian Fare at Kasa Indian Eatery

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11 Ratings

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The San Francisco Chronicle, SF Weekly’s Food Blog, and the San Francisco Examiner are intrigued by Kasa Indian Eatery: > * The selection features six to eight dishes a day that you can eat two ways - in a kati roll or a thali plate. Kati rolls…resemble an Indian-style burrito. The filling of your choice is wrapped in a roti, an Indian flatbread, along with marinated onions and chutney. Fillings include many familiar Indian dishes, such as chicken tikka, chicken tikka masala and lamb curry. But it’s the vegetarian specialties that are the most interesting, especially the Karahi paneer, Indian cheese that’s wok-tossed with fresh green peppers and tomatoes; and aloo jeera, cumin-spiced potatoes. – Jane Tunks, San Francisco Chronicle > * Any place billed as an Indian taqueria is worth checking out, and a lot of people have been doing just that since Kasa opened last month. There’s no denying it’s a great concept: drag Indian food out of the standard sit-down equation, pare it down to a few core basics (curries, tikka, roti), and serve it in the manner well-honed by local taquerias. – Brian Bernbaum, SF Weekly’s Food Blog

Yelpers give both the 18th Street and Filmore Street locations four stars. Zagat gives the food a very good to excellent, and 75% of Urbanspooners like it: > * Very tasty kari [sic] rolls. Friendly and fast service. – Scorpion, Urbanspoon

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