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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I start?

You can choose to have your meal as a Naanwich (a wrap in our fresh baked naan bread), a rice bowl, or a salad. Then choose a protein to go with it and whatever chutneys and toppings you like. Add a side like our handmade samosas and a mango lassi to drink and you’re all set!

What do you recommend?

The Chicken Tikka Masala is our most popular option, but they’re all really good. If you can’t decide, ask for a sample!

What is naan?

Naan is an Indian flat bread. We make our dough from scratch, roll it out by hand and bake it fresh to order in a 600° tandoor oven

I'm vegetarian, what are my options?

We have a few different options for you. Our Paneer Tikka Masala is a creamy Indian fresh cheese. We also have Chola, which is a dish of stewed chick peas. Our Samosas are award-winning and are all handmade. Sometimes we put new vegetarian entrées on the menu, so look out for something new!

I'm vegan, what are my options?

The Chola and Samosas are both vegan and both delicious! You should also try our Samosa Chaat. It’s one of our handmade samosas smothered with chola and chutneys. Look for rotating specials too like our 18-hour slow cooked Punjabi Dal.

I don't like curry, what should I have?

Curry means that your entree is in a sauce – there are many different kinds. We worked with our mom to put together a menu that fits many tastes. Try and sample to see what you like best!

I don't like spicy food, what should I get?

Our proteins are full of flavor but mild in heat. People who like spicy can add our hot chutneys. You might like our Cool Yogurt-Cilantro or Sweet Apple Tamarind.

Do you have gluten free options?

All of our entrees are gluten free when you have them as a rice bowl or salad! Please keep in mind though that they are prepared in the same kitchen as items with flour and that there may be some incidental contact. We don’t recommend them for those who have Celiac Disease.

Is your food Halal?

Our chicken and lamb are halal. However, the turkey kabobs are not.

What's the best way to eat a naanwich?

Naanwiches are a delicious wrap of meats, veggies, and chutneys in a fresh baked naan. They are really yummy! And maybe a little messy. We find the best way is to start at one and and peel the wrapper back as you go, not all at once.

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