More on Ex-Devi Chef Hemant Mathur’s New Project, Tulsi


Reps have released some information on Devi chef Hemant Mathur’s new fine-dining project. Tulsi will open at 211 East 46th Street, a 2,000-square-foot venue that’s being outfitted with a fourteen-seat lounge area and 55-seat dining room. Mathur will be working with chef Dhandu Ram (Yuva), pastry chef Surbhi Sahni (Devi), consulting mixologist Nirupama Srivastava (Mountain View, California’s Sakoon), and there’ll be a rolling chaat trolley, in addition to a $20 “chaat and choose” lunch. Here are some of the menu items you can look forward to in October.

Bar Snacks - Tulsi Tandoori Aloo; Shrimp Kati Roll; Crispy Cod Bites
Starters - Street Cart Chaats, served tableside; Walnut Chicken Roti Roll; Trio of Momos
Seafood Entrees - Tandoori Prawns; Parsi Fish of the Day; Semolina Crusted Monkfish
Meat Entrees - Goat Rogan Josh; Duck Moilee; Tandoori Wild Boar Chops; 12-Spice Chicken Curry
Vegetable Entrees - Stuffed Baby Eggplant; Roasted Pesto Portobello Mushroom
Sides - Tulsi’s Dal, Butter Paneer, Kulcha, Parantha, Family Naan
Desserts - Ginger Panna Cotta; Eggless Pistachio Cake; Banana Pitha
Six-Course Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Chef’s Tasting Menus