A valley of sunshine through the protesting leaves of a thousand sleeping coconut trees, casting designs of a quiet rebellion on brick floored courtyards. In a clay pot on a wood fire, mustard seeds crackle to wake up the village. The onions always go next, creating a cosmic sizzle.
The sights and sounds of South Indian cooking are deserving of a riveting Epic. At Kumar’s, you can pick up a hardbound copy. No embellishments, fiercely authentic.
Chicken marinated with homemade spices and glazed to perfection in tandoor.
Dairy free. Gluten free. Goat chops made super savoury, served dry.
The Indian buffet in sum is a balanced sensory experience—sour, spicy, creamy, crunchy, and sweet dishes can all be found in the spread. The main thing is to try as much as you can with good company.