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  • Opened in 2001, this lively mainstay is the sole New York outpost of six total Coromandels, the remainder of which reside in Connecticut. Expect a classy, white-tablecloth interior and dishes made to order with exacting levels of preferred heat. Don’t miss the soft and pillowy garlic naan, tender lamb vindaloo, and creamy chana saag (chickpea Read more...
    Indian $$$ This stylish restaurant features locally sourced ingredients and bold Indian flavors, plus craft beer and organic wines. Closed Mon. 154 Larchmont Ave, Larchmont; 914.235.1306;   Main photo by John Bruno Turiano

    3. Chutney Masala

    Chef/co-owner Navjot Arora’s bistro presents the culinary diversity of Indian cuisine with some modern twists that place it well beyond the standard South Asian eatery. Free-range meats without antibiotics and hormones, wild-caught seafood, and local produce are prevalent in silky, chunky curries, tandoori dishes, and crisped-yet-juicy kebabs, while an assortment of freshly baked naan, slow-simmered Read more...
  • 4. Masala Kraft CafÈ

  • 5. Royal Palace

    Expect all the standards like tandoori chicken, biryani, and fragrant curries from this restaurant and caterer. Lunch buffet offered every day; dinner buffet Mon to Thurs. 77 Knollwood Rd, White Plains; 914.289.1988;
  • 6. Raasa

    A Michelin Bib Gourmand pick for 2020, 100-seat RaaSa offers not only great food but also great ambience and a full bar. Chef Peter Beck's menu includes the usual suspects: tandoori, lamb, chicken, fish, vegan, and vegetarian, plus an assortment of Mughlai dum biryani and British Goan curries. Open daily. 145 E Main St;
  • 7. India CafÈ

  • 8. Little Drunken Chef

  • 9. Little Mumbai Market

    With décor as exciting as the food, Little Mumbai serves up crêpes and Indian fare in the heart of Pleasantville. Try their pav bhaji and pair a smoothie with a caramelized banana crêpe. 475 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville; 914.773.0500
  • 10. Little Drunken Chef

    This fifth and largest venture from chef-owner Bonnie Saran serves globally inspired tapas (Tibetan moms, Spanish ham-and-cheese croquettes, Scandanavian flatbreads), oysters, and funky craft cocktails (popsicle sangria) in an eclectic, 84-seat space. Expect a popular nightlife scene centered around the bar, which is open late Thurs to Sat. Open daily. 36 E Main St; 914.242.8800; Read more...