BRUNCH: Indian flavors on American friendly dishes at soho prices. Bacon naan is not naan and it's quite pricey. Dug the chicken tikka
Stunning Indian in a casual environment. The best thing on the menu? The fluke ceviche. Oh man.
Mediocre overpriced food... do not order grilled pineapple dessert... it is the worst thing I have ever eaten (had a bite) and it is served cold... there are better choices for good Indian food in NYC
2 people? 1 bread, 2 chotas, 1 bada, 1 side. Go for chutney sampler (mango is great), cheddar kulcha is a quesadilla, don't miss the aloo mutter, skip chicken tikka
Trendy Indian that has 6 different south breads, naan included. Really delicious
Floyd Cardoz's return to New York cooking, Paowalla offers more ambitious Indian fare than most are used to, like Vindaloo pork ribs (fall-off-the-bone tender) and halibut in a watermelon chutney
Fine. I'd go to Babu Ji any day over this spot.
Super trendy but casual and amazing service. No words do the flavors justice but definitely get the fluke ceviche
Eggs Kejriwal according to the Times
3 Chilly Chicken/ Kulfi / Hyderabadi Goat / Fluke Ceviche... But the Three Chilly Chicken is the best