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Tandoori Nights takes its name from the tandoor—a clay oven traditionally used to make authentic Pakistani and Indian cuisine. Chefs heat this oven to a scalding 900 degrees Fahrenheit, infusing any meats inside it with a signature smoky flavor. This intricate process is just one of the many ways Tandoori Nights continues to embrace the culinary traditions of Pakistan and India—just like it has been doing since it opened more than a decade ago.
The restaurant's selection of tandoori cuisine includes tender lamb chops, flaky filets of sole, and hearty chicken legs. More adventurous diners can explore exotic dishes such as goat curry and lamb-brain masala. There are also meat-free options, including mixed vegetable curry and saag paneer—a blend of homemade cheese cubes and creamy spinach.