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Tulsi, Midtown East

New York City, New York, United States, North America: at the bar at New York's Tulsi for Indian bar snacks like Kakori Lamb Kebabs
211 E. 46th Street
Midtown East
New York City , New York
Tel: 212 888 0820's insider take:

Under head chef Hemant Mathur, Devi became the first Indian spot in New York City to earn a Michelin star, in 2007. But the restaurant still struggled, and in 2010 Mathur left to open Tulsi, a few blocks from the United Nations in Midtown. Tulsi is more opulent than the chef's last post, with golden chandeliers overhead and cushioned nooks cloaked in gauzy curtains. While the setting is different, the up-market Moghul cuisine is as fantastic as it was at the old venue downtown. In fact, many of Mathur's most beloved dishes from Devi have also made the trek north, including his sweet and spicy Manchurian cauliflower, his rich butter chicken, and his succulent lamb chops blackened in a blazing hot tandoor.—Jay Cheshes

Open Mondays through Saturdays noon to 10:30 pm, Sundays 5 to 10 pm.

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