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Bay Leaf Indian Brasserie

Bay Leaf Indian Brasserie

Now part of: Benihana I guess the suits need a place to gorge themselves on Indian buffet. So there's this place. But like most joints in Midtown, your dollar...
Darbar Grill

Darbar Grill

Ah, the Indian buffet. I'm not sure if buffets are popular in India, or if they're a purely American phenomenon, but the food itself certainly does lend itself ...
Kashmir Express

Kashmir Express

Think about all those quality "express" restaurants around the city. You have your Taco Bell Express and I swear I've seen Subway Express, Dunkin Donut Expr...
Cafe Spice

Cafe Spice (Midtown West)

Nostalgia is a bitch. I used to eat at Cafe Spice's NYU location on a weekly basis years ago. It was always such a nice (expensive) lunch treat that I had bui...
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Tandoori Club

As occasionally happens, this place closed before I had a chance to review it. Shame, as it had cheap, take-out Indian food that wasn't half bad. Although t...
India House

India House

Does having some lukewarm slop in three warming trays constitute a restaurant? In fact, do restaurants generally sell cell phone cigarette lighter adapters ...
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Diwan

Some might miss the lack of kitschy Christmas lights and native Indian touches like tarnished urn-like things, eight-armed elephants and some dusty, old rugs....
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Tabla

Let me just start off by saying we walked through the doors at this place pretty much completely bombed. Why the hell would you get drunk before going to an...
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Bombay Masala

The sign outside Bombay Masala claims it is the "Oldest Indian Restaurant in the U.S.A." An interesting claim, but hardly verifiable. I mean, when was it th...
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Dakshin

We're not quite sure what an "Indian bistro" is (it's printed on Dakshin's awnings), but we're willing to bet there ain't no baguettes or pomme frites in th...
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Bengal Express

I love how some foreign food joints need to dumb down their names in order to appease us retarded Americans--as if an authentic Indian name would fuck us up s...
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Cafe Spice (Union Square)

Screw all those Indian places in "Little India", come to the best darn Indian restaurant this side of the Taj Mahal. Going with the "If you can't pronounce it...