Rose D'Agostino and I lunched today at Bhojanic (1363 Clairmont Rd., 404-633-9233). This is among the city's best choices for northern Indian cuisine, meaning, among other things, that there are meat options.
Rose and I both ordered thalis, the traditional plates that look like metal TV-dinner trays. Mine, shown here, featured chicken tikka masala, chicken curry and okra. Raita, rice pulao, chapati bread and papadam come with all thalis. Rose's plate featured the same chicken tikka, plus onion dumplings and mini-eggplants with potatoes.
The restaurant, which also features a number of tapas and other snack foods, hosts jazz on Friday nights. Prices are low, and the appropriate spices are not toned down for unadventurous palates here.
(Photo by Cliff Bostock)
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