Tag Archives: Indian cuisine

To the Finish


The music of Sitar: Flavors of India, a physical and spiritual revamp of the restaurant that’s stood at Grove and Orange Streets since 2006, has been muddied by neighboring construction work ever since it reopened. But if you can …

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New Roots


The flavors at Pataka, a new vegetarian Indian restaurant on Howe Street, are as bright as the electric pink and orange decor. …

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Full of Surprises


The owners of Sherkaan, the new Indian restaurant located up the path between the Yale Bookstore and the Apple Store, want you to walk in and feel as if you’ve been transported to India. …

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With a Twist

House of Naan

Harry Singh, the co-owner of House of Naan, says his new restaurant is an attempt to modernize Indian cuisine. …

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Spice Is Right

Brunch items at Thali Too

Entering Indian restaurant Thali Too, the fragrance is fresh and pleasant, as if there are live cumin and turmeric plants just under your nose. And when you’re at a vegetarian restaurant, plants are what you’re there for.…

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Good To Go

Gopi outside Tikkaway Fresh Indian Grill

Gopinath V. Nair, better known as Gopi (pictured above), is a gale-force wind. He has a plan to reinvent the Indian dining experience, and New Haven—“the only location that made sense,” he says—is ground zero.

Tikkaway Fresh Indian Grill (135 …

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