Jai Mazumddar earned a master's degree in finance from the University of Florida in 2002. He spent more than half decade crunching numbers, mostly as a stockbroker for Continental Securities, which the Securities and Exchange Commission shut down, and later as a financial analyst for a real estate c ... More >>
Get a taste of Tandoori Knight's sweaty new seven-inch!A tandoor oven is a charcoal-heated clay cooking device used throughout the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and especially India to prepare delicious meals consisting of dishes such as rice, naan, and scrumptious meats. A knight, meanw ... More >>
Courtesy of Mandarin OrientalIf you're not a subscriber to our weekly Café Bites dining newsletter, here's a taste of what you're missing. Click here to subscribe.Add a little spice to your life (and maybe your sex life too) at the new "Indian Nights" dinners taking place every Thursday from 6 t ... More >>
A quick peek at next week's Cafe review:Bombay Darbar Indian Restaurant inhabits a neat, neighborly room with 34 seats, linen-draped tables, a tile floor, and pale-yellow walls judiciously adorned with Indian art. Alfresco dining on Commodore Plaza permits patrons to peer at passersby and speculate ... More >>
At Ayesha's Kitchen's cooking class, you will learn how to make authentic Indian food. With Miami's gourmet scene on this rise, cooking classes have also become more popular over the years. Novice chefs are driving all over the county to learn how to roll pasta, debone chicken and make naan. At h ... More >>
Much of Indian Palate's cuisine warrants praise. Will it be enough to fill seats at the Coral Gables eatery?
If you like eating Indian food and don't know how to prepare it, I highly recommend Ayesha D'Mello's cooking class. Ayesha is really good at teaching this, the meal at the end of the class is delectable, and you will actually be able to recreate the dishes at home with relative ease. We mention this ... More >>
This newcomer is more kitten than tiger.
Woodlands Indian restaurant chain comes to Miami.
Taj Mahal brings familiar food to familiar digs, and saves a sweet spot.
An Indian staple in Coral Gables can hit or miss
Ishq brings the subcontinent to the Beach
Taste of Bombay is all over the map
On South Beach, something new, something Guru
A tale of two Indian restaurants, one worth a damn
House of India
On the banks of the Little River sits a little taste of Bangladesh
South Indian fare is hard to find, but you really only need to find Raja's
Wrap anything in this roti and it's bound to be delicious
Decent food, good prices, but slow slow slow service
Treat the maharajah in you to a good old-fashioned Indian feast
Sitting in the Caribbean is possibly the best assortment of cuisines anywhere in the world
Silver Spoon Subs & Grill
Christine's Roti Shop