Eat with your fingers for maximum enjoyment!
Carnivores: Vegetarian and even vegan food won't bite you! And it's often just as good or even better than meat-bearing fare. A case in point is the masala dosa available from the vendor called NY Dosas, usually parked at lunchtime near the intersection ... More >>
The sel momo at Mustang Thakali Kitchen -- much better than Dunkin' Donuts.
This countdown is intended to be a bit different from the other "10 Best" lists, specifically reflecting the places I return to again and again in Queens on my own dime, long after I've critiqued them. The food is co ... More >>
Earlier today, we brought you an interview with Tabla's executive chef Floyd Cardoz on Goan food and the trials of starting out as a young chef in Bombay.
Here, in the second part of the interview, Cardoz talks about why there aren't more fine-dining Indian restaurants, misconceptions about ... More >>
The glory of Indian food is its infinite variety. Think about it. An enormous region--we're including Pakistan and Bangladesh--with cultures that go back thousands of years, including influences from foreign invaders as diverse as the Mughals, the Portuguese and the English. Food from almost ... More >>
My favorite dish lately at the sainted Dosa Hutt (add the extra "t" for extra tastiness!) is not a dosa, an iddly, or an utthapam. It's something I first tried a while ago at a grad school get-together, brought by an Indian colleague. It was a porridge made from cream of wheat. But, while cre ... More >>