Indian Cafe - CLICK to see a larger, detail view of Indian Cafe
Indian Cafe - CLICK to see a larger, detail view of Indian Cafe

Indian Cafe
2791 Broadway
(@108th St.)

212-749-9200

www.indiancafenyc.com



Appetizers
Papadom - crispy spicy lentil flour waffles
Bhel puri - chickpea noodles, diced potato, tomato & onions

From Our Clay Oven
Tikka Kebab - bonless chicken flavored with spices, barbequed on skewers
Ginger Lamb - marinated in yogurt with fresh ginger, broiled to taste

Vegetarian
Navrattan Korma - fresh mixed vegetables in nuts & mild spices
Saag Paneer - cubes of homemade cottage cheese & assorted vegetables

Chicken
Chicken Saag - boneless chicken simmered in cream spinach & fresh ginger
Chicken Korma - boneless chicken cooked in a creamy onion sauce with ground nuts

Seafood
Shrimp Muglai - shrimp cooked in a creamy tomato & onion sauce with ground nuts
Seafood Coconut - scallops, shrimp & calamari in coconut milk curry sauce
Meat
Lamb Vindaloo - boneless chunks of lamb cooked in a sharp & pungent curry sauce\
Goat Almond - simmered in creamy curry sauce with almonds

Indian CafeCuisine: Indian
Avg. Check: $20-$25
Attire: Casual

Indian Café opened its doors in 1986 and quickly became one of them more popular Indian restaurants on the Upper West Side. The café presents patrons with a soothing atmosphere accented by warm color tones and beautiful floral arrangements. A neighborhood fixture for over 18 years, the staff at Indian Café is committed to sincere hospitality and great food. There is no fuss or pretension - just quality. This is the main reason why after all these years guests return time and time again to experience a taste of India.

Chef Samsul, a native of India, has worked with many of the top Indian chefs in New York, including Chef Flloyd Cordoz, of Tabla fame. Some house specials that diners have come to love include the Chicken Malai Kabob - boneless chicken marinated in sour cream, ginger, garlic and authentic Indian spices. The dish is broiled in the Tandoor (clay oven). Vegetarian delights include Navrattan Korma - fresh mixed vegetables in nuts and mild spices - and Saag Paneer - cubes of homemade cottage cheese and assorted vegetables. There is something for everyone to enjoy.

The atmosphere is livened up with the many specialty drinks found on the menu, like the Mango Rum Punch, and the Himalayan Sleigh Ride, to name a few.

Over the years, Indian Café has been written up in the New York Times, the Daily News, and New York Magazine - a true testament to the quality and authenticity found only here.

OFF-PREMISE CATERING; DELIVERY; ENCLOSED CAFE; HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE

RESERVATIONS
For Parties of 6 or More

CREDIT CARDS
Amex, Visa, Mastercard

HOURS
Lunch
11:30-4:40

Dinner
4:30-Midnight



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