SONA reinvents the wonders of Indian food in a space that evokes a bygone era of bustling and elegant India, all in the heart of New York City. New York's is the branch of a restaurant founded in Chennai in the 1960s, and has two other branches in New Jersey. This incredible restaurant focuses on meat, fish and poultry from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and offers food that is very different from the dosages and uttapams that some New Yorkers know. Nowadays, the place is more luxurious, with a menu composed mainly of North Indian standards, with the occasional Indochinese dish and Bombay-style chaat, although now South Indian food is not included on the menu.
Jalsa Grill and Gravy, in West Midwood, is one of the few restaurants I know in the city that represents, at least in part, the food of West Bengal, the state where Calcutta (former Calcutta) is located. Chowpatty, named after a beach in Bombay and founded in 1990, is a restaurant in Iselin, New Jersey, specializing in Gujarat food. Here are some destination places to find regional Indian food in New York City, New Jersey and Long Island. The Polash Indian Restaurant is a cornerstone in the New York community and has been renowned for its excellent Indian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.
Exposure to new international cuisines is a big boost for the food industry, and one of the cuisines that has left an impressive mark has been Indian food.