Great Indian Dining Experiences Around The World.
New York City, Paowalla: Ever since chef Floyd Cardoz’s beloved Tabla closed in 2010, New York foodies were eagerly awaiting his next venture, which opened in Soho last year. The restaurant’s name, a Portuguese-Hindi word referring to a person selling bread, should make clear that doughy delicacies play a starring role. There’s a dedicated bread bar with a wood-burning oven churning out wonders as kulchas (with melted cheddar), naans (with bacon), wada paos, flaky parathas, and more. Do overload on carbs, but don’t forget to try a few of the shareable plates that showcase the diversity of Indian cuisines. IdV
paowalla.com [Photo: Lauren Volo]