Bombay Wraps is owned by incredible hosts Falguni and Ali Dewjee and specializes in wraps with a range of meat (chicken tikka, lamb curry, and beef kebab to mention some) and vegetables (cheese paneer or chickpea chana) options.
They’re still concentrating on taking complex tastes, strong scents, broad range, and mouth-watering slow-cooked dishes.
What makes Bombay Wraps so special is how simple and accessible it is to consume in wraps, sandwich rolls, and bowls all around Chicago.
Bombay Wraps offers meals that are adaptable and custom-made to fit your mood, whether in their dining room, at the workplace, at a social event, or in your own home.
Their vision of genuine South Indian cuisine and their caring and committed employees will guarantee you a fantastic dining experience, having 25 years of restaurant expertise.
Udupi Palace obtains fresh products from local farmers’ markets. Lunchtime offers up a fantastic array of flavors to fall in love with the very essence of South Indian specialties.
The Mysore Royal Thali combo offers everything you could desire (and more!) at a great price. Apart from a soup, you can eat an assortment of appetizers, special rice of the day, curry, yogurt, and papadum. Don’t miss it!
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Executive Chef Min B. Thapa is a Nepalese native who has worked in the restaurant industry for years. His cuisine is full of delectable, flavorful ingredients as well as innovative approaches.
Thapa spent years managing Mt. Everest in Evanston before establishing himself as a rising star and credits his success to his dedication to freshly prepared organic foods.
Don’t miss Punjab Alu Samosa, a traditional filo pastry with an unusual pea and potato stuffing flavored with Indian spices, anardana, and cilantro. This world-famous Indian dish that has almost everyone eating it. Chutneys are a must-have.
Indian Garden’s cuisine is defined by traditional and regional cuisines prepared with time-honored techniques and aromatic spice combinations.
The spice combination used in this restaurant and the fragrances produced by it are what make Indian cuisine unique.
Don’t miss their House Special Vegetarian Thali with Baigan Bharta, Saag Paneer, Basmati rice, and the most delicious naan you’ve ever had.
Discover a culinary paradise and an amazing array of Indian culture through her many indigenous cuisines, from Bombay and Delhi to Goa.
The word “Rooh” means soul or spirit in Urdu. Through the restaurant experience, this Indian place transports you to India.
Rooh in Chicago serves traditional Indian cuisine with a contemporary, progressive spin.
The imaginative beverages complement Rooh Chicago’s genuine Indian foods nicely. Each cocktail is made according to ancient Ayurvedic doctrine, which states that they should be sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and/or astringent in order to achieve a balance of body, mind, and spirit.
Rooh’s menu, which is designed with a luxurious twist, includes around 34 different dishes utilizing locally available ingredients.
A delicate combination of exquisite old tastes with new local produce is cooked using international methods and ideas.