Taste of India Staff Pick

Hours: Dinner (daily)

Price: $$$$

We’re long-time naan eaters. And while we can’t say that we’re experts, there is little doubt that Taste of India serves up the best naan in town. The reason: It’s fluffier than the other varieties you’ll find in the Lowcountry. There are no tough bites here; just pillowy yumminess. Like the other Indian joints in the area, Taste of India is best known as a lunch buffet spot, and rightfully so. However, Taste of India is just as good for dinner. The entrees are great — the chicken korma is a sweet and spicy fave and the lamb roghan josh is a comforting plate featuring tender chunks of lamb in a hearty brown sauce — while the tandoori chicken is sure to delight fans of backyard barbecues. Meanwhile, if seafood’s your thing, grab the shrimp vindaloo; a bright and brilliant red, this dish packs a spicy punch. If you’re into grilled meats, you’ll probably like their kebabs — chicken ginger, boti (hunks of lamb), and seekh (minced lamb). There are also plenty of vegetarian options, from the aloo mutter (potatoes and peas in a creamy sauce), palak chana (fresh spinach with cheese), chana masala (chickpeas cooked with tomato and onion) to the mutter paneer (peas and cheese in a curry sauce) and bhindi masala (okra with tomatoes, onions, and ginger). —Chris Haire (Dish, Summer 2018)

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