If you’re a foodie, you know that the city of Chicago has some of the best Indian restaurants in the world.
If you're looking for a new place to get your curry fix, the West Town spot Vajra is worth considering.
The newest addition to the River North scene is Indienne, the progressive Indian fine-dining spot from chef Sujan Sarkar.
While Chicago may not be as famous for its Indian restaurants as it is for pizza, there are still some great options.
ROOH, meaning soul or spirit in Hindi, is a restaurant that does its part to elevate modern Indian cooking.
This restaurant specializes in North Indian cuisine and serves classics like tandoori chicken, tikka masala, and lamb rogan josh.
Superkhana International, a collaboration between chefs Yoshi Yamada and Zeeshan Shah, is the latest of a flurry of new restaurants popping up
Cumin is a versatile and flavorful spice that works well in both sweet and savory dishes. It is a common ingredient in curry powders and spice blends.
Basant is an important Hindu festival that celebrates the onset of spring. It is celebrated across North India and Nepal.