Hours: Lunch & Dinner (Tue.-Sun.). Closed Mon.
Like all Indian restaurants, this West Ashley haunt has a fair share of vegetarian and meat dishes. On the veggie end, the saag paneer (a stewy, gooey batch of spinachy goodness) and the chana masala (an onion and tomato curry dish) are two standouts, but the meat dishes are where our hearts lie. From the creamy lamb kora to the curry chicken to the tangree kebab (ultra-spicy pieces of chicken leg marinated in dark spices like black pepper, cloves, and black cumin, then tandoor-roasted) to the butter chicken (an ultra creamy blast of spicy nirvana). Of course, you’ll need something to cool your mouth off after all of those dishes. May we recommend the rice pudding. Yum. —Chris Haire Dish (Winter 2014)
Authentic Indian cuisine. Lunch buffet. Voted Best Indian by CP readers.