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Southern and Northern Indian cuisine
Formerly known as Amrutha Cuisine, and before that Bombay Grill.
Vegetarian Specials include Chana Masala, Dahl Makhni, Aloo Palak, Mixed Vegetable Curry, Aloo Gobhi, Palak Paneer, Mutter Paneer, Palak Mutter Paneer, and Navarathan Kurma. The menu on the website gives a description of most of these dishes, some of which contain dairy.
South Indian specials include Upma, Idli Sambaar, and a variety of Dosas and Uttapams. The website has descriptions and photographs of many of these items.
North Indian specials include Chole Poori (garbanzo bean curry with two pooris), Aloo Poori (potato curry with two pooris), Dahi Vada (lentil batter fried in oil & soaked in yogurt), and Chole Bhatura.
on Oct 13 06
(last updated Apr 10 13)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
This place is great if you are vegan or vegetarian. There is a vegetarian menu and the waitstaff is very knowledgeable about veganism and will point out which items are vegan. Lunch is super cheap ($5) and filling. Cheap, filling, and vegan!
Vegan items were clearly marked as such, which was fantastic. Unfortunately, my companion and I both ordered items that we requested to be prepared "mild," but were served dishes that were mind-blowingly hot. It seems like the point of offering mild to hot preparation is to give diners a choice about where on the spectrum they want their food to be, so all palates can be accommodated. Unfortunately that was not the case here.
However, I did order some kind of yellow lentil dish on the side, and it wasn't overloaded with heat and tasted quite nice, though a bit on the bland side. I could tell that the overly hot dishes would have tasted very nice if they weren't overpowered by the heat, so it's a shame!
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Southeast corner of Grant and Tucson in strip mall.
$$ - average
- Indian (Northern)
- Indian (Southern)