Sahib, in Curry Hill

The article “Sahib, in Curry Hill, Lets You Eat All Over India” by Pete Wells states that this restaurant has become one of the places that an Indian food fan would definitely love. The environment in the restaurant is calm, and it goes along with the decoration which seems like a “beach rental”, even though not all Indian restaurants have the same designs. Besides, at the comments, people agreed that other Indians restaurants are really different from this one because the food has a better taste and the food found it there is not available in other places.

To begin with, they have two chefs Shiva Natarajan opened one Curry Hill restaurant that paid tribute to Kolkata concentrate in Jewish cuisine, and then he sold it to Hemant Mathur (is both the chef and the owner),   both of them started working on Sahib, their fifth restaurant.

Furthermore, this location has two stars, it’s easy to get there, is not expensive, the servers are cordials, it has many options for vegetarians and meat lovers, however they don’t serve alcohol beverages unless you bring a bottle and the waiter (waitress) would open it for you. In addition, I would like to try in the menu the “fried eggplant”, “potatoes cooked in yogurt seasoned with tamarind, cardamom and Kashmiri chiles”, “the lemon rice with mustard seeds and okra” and the “dal of black lentils with ginger, green chiles and cilantro under the cream and butter”, and for dessert “gulab jamun” warm globes of cheese and milk dripping with a rose-scented syrup. I’d love to try this place.