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Kabab Bites - New Indian in Chinatown/Nolita

pravit | Nov 22, 201407:31 PM    

A new Indian restaurant has opened in the narrow space next to Saigon Banh Mi on Broome St.

The menu is your standard North Indian - meat & vegetable curries, tandoori, etc. I've had takeout from this place twice in the last two weeks and have been pretty impressed with the quality. So far I've had the chicken karahi, rogan josh, bhindi (okra) masala, chickpeas masala, garlic naan - all very good, and on par with (if not better than) Malai Marke in the EV, my usual go-to Indian.

The previous restaurant had been a cheap takeout curry place, and although the new owners are going for more of a sit-down restaurant, it is pretty small with fairly spartan decoration. Maybe not destination dining, but a great takeout/delivery Indian option for those living nearby. As far as I'm concerned this is my new Indian spot - no more walks up to 6th street for curry.

Malai Marke
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