Paper roast dosa with wild mushrooms, black truffles, and water chestnuts.
Between La Sirena, Café Altro Paradiso, and Pasquale Jones, it seems like every major New York opening as of late is an Italian restaurant. Not the case, obviously, with Indian Accent: It’s the first international location of an award-winning restaurant in New Delhi, and it has opened adjacent to Le Parker Méridien. Restaurateur Rohit Khattar and chef Manish Mehrotra’s menu includes stuffed kulchas (a signature dish), potato-sphere chaat with white-pea mash, and more traditional dishes like butter chicken. There’s a unique pricing structure: two courses for $55, three for $75, four for $95, and a chef’s tasting for $100 — with accompaniments available à la carte. Take a look at the space and a few plates:
Indian Accent, 123 56th St., 212-842-8070