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Found 5 results

  1. Sneakeater

    Junoon

    No, I haven't gone. I'm surprised there isn't a thread for it. Anyway, I didn't know Scott Carney is the sommelier here. I think I'm still pissed off at him over Bussaco.
  2. Sneakeater

    Junoon

    This is the new Junoon, nextdoor to where the old Junoon was on West 24th St. off Madison Square Park. Upscale Indian. Speaking of value propositions (as we were in the Les Trois Chevaux thread), how's this? You can order à la carte if you want to, but an $85 prix fixe entitles you to (1) your choice of any appetizer on the menu, (2) your choice of any main dish on the menu, (3) your choice of any bread on the menu, (4) your choice of any daal on the menu (OK, there are only two), (5) rice, and (6) your choice of any dessert on the menu. Relevant to our Les Trois Chevaux discussion, th
  3. Daniel

    ADDA

    31-31 THOMSON AVE QUEENS I have been longing to go to Adda for quite some time.. My experience with Indian Food has been rather disappointing.. I have had dishes that I have loved, I have had experiences that have shown me it's potential and even when I have been to the generic places, I still walk away with a sense of mild enjoyment.. To me, indian food at it's most basic and americanized, is still more enjoyable than americanized chinese food.. I much prefer butter to sweet I guess.. But, with the the high praises from both Robert Seistsema, (someone I truly respect) and of course Pe
  4. LiquidNY

    Babu Ji

    This is located on 11th Street at Avenue B, in the old Spina space. These guys have restaurants in Australia (the chef told me he's from Melbourne), and this is their first foray into NYC. The style is, I guess, "modern Indian". Is it authentic? I have no idea. Not sure if Babu Ji focuses on any particular region, but it should be noted that the chef (Jessi Singh) is Punjabi. The place is already not so easy to get into - I was able to get in fairly easily around 10pm on a Saturday night, but they were still pretty packed. They maintain a wait list on a clipboard outside that you
  5. Indian Accent is the new New York branch of one of the new wave of fancy Indian (in this case, pan-Indian) restaurants that Mongo has told us about in New Delhi. These restaurants (or some of them) are notable for diverging from strictly traditional cooking and being positively cheffy. I read some promotional materials for the Delhi original of this place that emphasized, as if it were a matter of note, that the chef makes up the dishes. I put off writing this up for a week because I frankly feel incompetent to evaluate it: I know even less than many other Americans about Indian food. (A
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