Hannah AlbertineNYC Staff Writer
It wasn’t until her 17th year that Hannah realized Will Smith was never going to show up outside of her West Philadelphia home and make her the star of her own sitcom, so she decided to study creative writing at a small liberal arts college in Maine instead. Hannah now spends her time browsing neighborhood blogs for NYC restaurant openings and asking people if they’ve seen newly-released Netflix documentaries. She’s still secretly waiting for Will to reach out.
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Ganesh Temple Canteen is a South Indian cafeteria below a Hindu temple in Flushing that serves some of the best dosas in NYC.
From white-tablecloth places to cafeteria-style spots, these are our 25 favorite Indian restaurants in the city.
Haandi is an old-school Indian and Pakistani counter service spot on Lexington Avenue where you can get a late night kabob in Murray Hill.
When you’re near MoMA and need something casual by yourself or with a friend, go to Bengal Tiger for Indian food.
If you’re looking for a nice place to have an expensive, corporate meal in Tribeca, going to Tamarind for Indian food is a good choice.
Junoon is a high-end Indian spot in Flatiron that’s good for a corporate lunch.
Chola is a very good, upscale Indian restaurant in the East 50′s in Midtown.
Vatan is an Indian restaurant in Kips Bay where the only option is a vegetarian, all-you-can-eat prix fixe dinner.
Dawat is an upscale Indian restaurant in Midtown East that’s worth checking out for a nice lunch.
Indian Accent is an upscale Indian spot in a Midtown hotel on 56th Street and it’s where you should take clients for an impressive lunch in the area.