Does the thought of spicy curry, coconut rice and a mango lassi make your mouth water? If you're looking for a kosher Indian restaurant in New York, here are three top choices.
Some people think vegetarian food is kosher by itself, but if the restaurant does not have a certificate of kashrut, then it is not necessarily kosher. The leafy greens, cauliflour and other vegetables may not be checked for bug infestation, the cheeses may not be kosher, and the place itself may be open on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath. All of these things would make the restaurant unsuitable for religious Jewish connosieurs of Indian cuisine.
Three of the best kosher vegetarian Indian restaurants in New York that offer South Indian food are: Chennai Garden, Pongal, and Tiffin Wallah . For locations, phone numbers and reviews on each of these kosher Indian restaurants, click here.