Indian Accent, a hit in New Delhi, is now open at Le Parker Méridien.
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The engaging new Indian concept bucks tradition as often as it pays tribute.
The rapidly growing chain has locations from Santa Clara to Jackson Heights.
Culver City's Keralan will hold a special lunch for the Indian "Festival of Lights."
Dishes include traditional Bombay street food and maash-ups with U.S. bar eats.
Dishes on the menu are Chinese specialties cooked with Indian ingredients and spices.
Husband and wife Sonny and Sage Shemi, owners of Ma Jasmine, plan fish and chips and Indian wraps.
The two hot sauces will start appearing on store shelves in September.
Once again, we'll have our Indian pizzas.
The restaurant is often referred to as The Chipotle of Indian cuisine, though the difference is, we'd actually eat here.
Chef Imran Mookhi at least plays his pav bhaji right.
Turns out the Indian mainstays are pros when it come to lowering blood triglyceride levels.
Tamarind's Peter Beck consulted on the vegetable- and seafood-focused menu.
A bunch of cool kids from Das Racist, Vampire Weekend, Neon Indian, and Yeasayer teamed up to find the city's best Indian crêpe.
A vandal blinded all the warm, fuzzy animals in the men's room.
The Indian import will prepare authentic slow-cooked curries and tandoori dishes, as well as some market-lead creativity.
Further firing up the casual-Indian-food trend.
Another spot for an under-ten-bucks Indian fill-up.
Chef Peter Beck is in the kitchen.