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SF - Kasa Indian - Castro

osho | Jun 20, 2008 01:20 PM

Had a pretty good lunch at Kasa Indian, newly opened this Wednesday in the Castro at the corner of 18th and Noe.

Kati roll - it pretty much resembles a small burrito, and is quite popular among the metro cities of India.

I had the (grass fed) lamb curry and another one with chicken tikka (grilled chicken with a modicum of spices).

The rolls are made to order, so if you love spice, be sure to ask for more green chutney !
The lamb curry was outstanding, and I asked for a small container of the curry to use as a dipping sauce.

The chicken tikka was a bit dry and under spiced, but I am hopeful that they will iron out kinks in the coming days and weeks.

The rolls are served with a mixed salad with raw carrots, radish, etc. as well as a small serving of raita - detected cucumber and mint.

2 rolls for $8.95.

They also have a Trippel and Kingfisher (Indian beer) on tap and a variety of indian sodas on offer, as well as wine.

I heartily recommend it and will definitely be back.

Link: http://www.kasaindian.com/menu/

Cheers

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Kasa Indian Eatery
4001 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

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