Best Blow-A-Wad-Of-Cash Indian (2008)


Chola is a pricey haven for discerning eaters of Indian food. The menu breezes through several regional styles, many unavailable in cheaper renditions. There's "more kozhambu"—baby okra and spongy dumplings in a mustardy stew thickened with buttermilk—and avial malabar, a saucy vegetable combination from the former Dutch colony of Cochin. Whatever the region or origin of the dish, you'll find fresh kari (curry leaves) galore.

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232 E. 58th St.
New York NY 10022


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