The engaging new Indian concept bucks tradition as often as it pays tribute.
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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.
Husband and wife Sonny and Sage Shemi, owners of Ma Jasmine, plan fish and chips and Indian wraps.
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.
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.
As long as you don't drink, you can pack heat.
Residents of the country's second largest agricultural center are facing even worse poverty in the face of new legislation.
A change is made to compete for student cash. Will the "naan-a-rito" be enough to keep the business afloat?
The mammoth pizza chain is going to purchased by Golden Gate Capital.
Reservations are met with closed doors and disconnected phones at West Hollywood's glamorous Thai restaurant.
The owner of Jay Bharat and Standard Sweets and Snacks agrees to pay over $95,000 in back wages.
Where to get healthy-leaning mulitas, dependable Thai, cheap and thrilling tandoori chicken, and Mexican revolutionaries staring you and your burrito down in Mar Vista.
The Hollywood owners are affiliated with Bengali Dynasty in England and Wales.
Culver City has become the new go-to grounds for great Indian cooking in L.A.
And finally, Bombay's true street food staple: vada pav!