You won't notice the dodgy decor when eating at this Punjabi Indian eatery. No oil-laden dishes or one-curry-fits-all spicing here, just simply great Indian food. Be sure to try the meltingly tender lamb tikka and the phenomenal naan bread.
L5P eatery with thick, hearty soups (Mulligatawny, fresh mushroom), notable rice pilafs and Indian breads, good curried vegetable combinations and low prices.
Atlanta's sole Bangladeshi restaurant is also one of its finest ethnic eats. Owner Mirza Chowdhury is justifiably proud of his cozy, comfortable restaurant and its exceptional dishes. Similar to Indian cuisine in its spices and ingredients, Bangladeshi meals are characterized by their lighter flavors and greater use of vegetables. The poori chicken tikka is a must-have combination of cushy, crusty, deep-fried bread and chicken curry, redolent with spices. Vegetarians have nearly 20 items to choose from, including the decadently rich shaag paneer of creamed spinach and fresh cheese. Save room for the 10 breads made in-house; the poratta, in particular, is the stuff food addictions are all about. $$