Are you looking for the best Punjabi style food in New York City? Look no further! From Masalawala & Sons in Park Slope to Seva in Queens, there are plenty of delicious options to choose from. Masalawala & Sons is a great spot to try some of the staples of Calcutta and the surrounding West Bengal region. Here, you can wrap fish in banana leaves or try fried fish with spicy mustard as a side dish. The food is up to par with Masalawala's sister restaurants, and you'll want to stay all night in the big party space.
Punjabi Deli is a popular spot among New York City taxi drivers. Here, Chintan Pandya, a student of Junoon, reinterprets regional Indian food with local ingredients from New York. This meeting and dining venue for New York's Indian expatriate community offers more than just a standard restaurant. You'll find some of the best Indian street food stalls in the city waiting for you in a Greenwich Village window.
If you're looking for something a bit more upscale, head to Jackson Heights for some of the best Indian food in all of New York City. Here, you'll find dishes related to four or five different regions of India, some of which are virtually impossible to find elsewhere in the city. For something more casual, check out Punjabi Deli in the East Village. This small restaurant serves Pakistani and Indian dishes, such as mixed meat skewers and mango and paratha shakes, all in the style of a coffee shop.
Finally, don't miss Seva in Queens. This highly regarded restaurant is considered by many to be the best Indian restaurant in all of New York City. You won't be able to stop talking about it until at least two people from your social circle try it for themselves!.