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Eight New Indian Dishes To Try That Are Not Tikka Masala

Eight New Indian Dishes To Try That Are Not Tikka Masala

Simla Mirch Aloo at Kasa Indian Eatery

Chef Anamika Khanna is on a constant mission to get her customers addicted to new side dishes, and this new vegetable special, simla mirch aloo, does not disappoint. The combination of braised poblano peppers, potatoes, and caramelized onions is wrapped in a cumin spiced tomato sauce—served only at Kasa's storefront in the Castro. *Hot tip: Look out for Khanna's Indian Philly cheesesteak to debut from the Kasa food truck at Off the Grid's Fourth of July event in Berkeley. 

Chocolate Dosa at Dosa on Valencia

Dinner Delivered: The Best of the Bunch

If any of you are as lazy as me on as many nights of the week as I am, then this post is for you. This post is for the weekday warriors—you know, people that work. A lot. Long hours. All. Week. Long.

The question: do any decent restaurants deliver? The answer: yes. I'm not talking Amici's pizza, either (although I say this with respect, because Amici's has gotten me through many a deadline here at HQ). Newcomers to the delivery fold include:

Kasa 2 Comes To The Marina

Though the doom-and-gloom restaurant talk is completely warranted, since plenty of great restaurants have closed in the last six months, it's nice to see, occasionally, places that are doing well against the odds—or because of them. Kasa Indian Eatery is one of those places. The first location, on 18th street near the Castro, quickly drew a devoted local following (we included them in our Best Cheap Eats story in August of 2008) and it's easy to see why: wholesome, affordable Indian food is pretty hard to resist.

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