The restaurant has become a favorite of lunch buffet lovers all through the week. On any giving day, you will find a good spread of appetizers ranging from pakoras to pani puris to colorful salads, an assortment of chats, kabobs and samosas. Combined with a good mix of vegetarian and meat dishes you are certain to come out totally spoiled by the taste and friendly service. I have had their lunch buffets several times and my all time favorite are the hot naans and dhals. Oh, don't miss the Jalebi, the best dessert here.
Dinner menu is a mix of sizzling tandoor kabobs from the clay oven, marinated chicken tikka, shrimp or paneer preparations in aromatic sauces. There are plenty of usual options in the entrees featuring delectable breads and vegetarian dishes like chana, palak paneer, makhani, kofta, korma, gobhi or bharta. Except, they are far from usual. Chef Niraj pays attention to every ingredient and the way it is prepared, making the outcome extraordinary. The exotic tastes are sure to spoil you and keep you going back for more.
If you had any preconceived notions about Indian restaurants or Indian food being all the same, an experience at New Indian Kitchen will wipe them out. The place is clean, the chef and his wife Jyothsana are cheerful, courteous hosts whose only interests are in making the guests feel welcome, well attended to, and satisfied after their meal.
Eating out in Indian restaurants should not be about finishing up a meal and moving on to the next in the list of chores. It should be about titillating the senses. That's exactly what you experience at the New India Kitchen. It is several cuts above the rest. Try once and you will be hooked.