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INDIA’S CUISINE

15311 E. Alameda Parkway • 303.344.8622 indiascuisine.com • Lunch, dinner daily No alcohol • $$ Classic Indian tikka masala and Nepali favorites including momo, those little chicken-filled steamed dumplings, mingle on the menu. The restaurant’s lunch buffet typically features tandoori chicken, various vegetable and meat curries, pakora (veggie fritters), smooth spinach saag with cubes of paneer cheese, and puffy naan bread straight from the tandoor oven. You can adjust the flavor intensity with achar hot pickles, mango chutney and bright green tamarind chutney. Don’t miss the eatery’s signature smoky chile chicken with lime, tomato and onion.

MASALAA VEGETARIAN INDIAN CUISINE

3140 S. Parker Road, No. 8 • 303.755.6272 masalaausa.com • Lunch, dinner daily Beer, wine available • $$ Reservations available The masala dosa is a comfort food marvel. A huge pliable-but-crispy crepe made from rice and lentil flour cooked on a griddle is wrapped around spiced mashed potatoes. Masalaa’s other Southern Indian vegetarian dishes including vada (savory doughnut), uthappam (vegetable pancake), and idly (steamed rice cake) are unfamiliar to many diners but easy to love. For kids, a junior meal combines an idli and a mini dosa. The oddities are the Chinese-accented entrees such as Szechuan fried rice. Thursday’s vegetarian and vegan buffet attracts crowds as do the menus of gluten-free dishes.

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