Choose from Three Options
- $12 for an Indian lunch buffet for two ($21.98 value)
- $11 for $20 worth of Indian food at dinner for two
- $22 for $40 worth of Indian food at dinner for four
There are a lot of chefs in the world who dream of bringing their native cuisine to America. That dream wasn't quite big enough for Rajendra Rana—he wanted to share his beloved Indian recipes with the world. Hailing from the Himalayas, the gourmand started experimenting with food as a child, eventually graduating from culinary school and manning the kitchens of luxury hotels in India. Rajendra then began his world tour, preparing food for diners in France, Switzerland, and Nigeria. Even his first stint stateside was in New Orleans, one of America's most internationally influenced dining destinations.
Today he serves as chef-owner of RajMahal, where he flavors local meats and veggies with the spices of his homeland. His menu is divided simply among vegetarian, chicken, lamb, and seafood entrees, featuring flavors as varied as roasted eggplant in a creamy tomato sauce and spicy lamb vindaloo in chilies and vinegar. Biryani rice dishes are a specialty, their proteins and veggies flavored with an aromatic mixture of saffron, rose essence, mint, and onion.