I understand it's New York, but it's possible to find the best cheap Indian food in New York if you know the right guy ????. This meeting and dining venue for New York's Indian expatriate community offers more culinary attractions than a standard restaurant. Baar Baar is a modern interpretation of Indian food created by chef Sujan Sarkar, famous for the Rooh restaurant in the Bay Area. Indian food is comfort food for me; having grown up eating Indian food, I tend to do my best to look for the best restaurants, even when I travel, to find that Indian flavor.
The restaurateur turned to Chintan Pandya, Junoon's student, to reinterpret regional Indian food with local ingredients from New York. We've made cheap Indian food, so obviously it makes sense to recommend exclusive Indian restaurants as well. This addition to the gastronomic empire of Shiva Natarajan (Chola) serves Indian dishes late at night. This low-key North Indian restaurant serves great versions of classics, such as saag paneer and chicken tikka masala, and vegetarian Malai Kofta is well worth trying.
This simple but highly regarded restaurant is located in Jackson Heights, home to arguably the best Indian food in all of New York.