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Finding good Indian food is no easy task in Astoria and that's why I wanted to let you know about a new Indian restaurant, Seva that will open tomorrow. Its opening will be a soft launch so they might not have all menu items available yet. But rest assured Veggies, Seva boasts a lot of vegetarian and vegan options for you to enjoy.
I was able to get a special sneak preview of the menu from the proud owner, Charu Rajput. A sampling is below and as you often do, please email me at email@example.com to see the whole thing.
Bok Choy Crispy Curls - Gram flour batter, mango powder, lemon, mint raita...$3
Chicken Samosa - Minced meat turnover, coriander, mint and tamarind chutneys...$3
Pakora - Cauliflower, onion, potato fritters...$3
Tandoori - Tandoor is an earthen oven that is heated by charcoal. Meats, seafood and vegetables are marinated and rubbed with our spice blend, skewered and cooked slowly in the Tandoor resulting in juicy foods with smoky flavor.
Tandoori Veggies - Cauliflower, broccoli, bell pepper, mushroom, mango powder rub...$8
Tandoori Shrimp - Ginger-garlic rub, sour cream, lemon juice...$11
Mix Grill - Chicken Tikka, Chicken Malai Kabab, Lamb Seekh Kabab, Tandoori Shrimp...$11
Biryani - Biryani is a complete meal in itself. Meats or vegetables are cooked with long grain Basmati rice in a Dum method. A closed thick-bottomed utensil is used in which the main ingredient is slow cooked with rice, saffron, bay leaf and cardamom. It is served with cucumber raita.
Mixed Vegetables....$8, Chicken...$9, Lamb...$10, Shrimp...$11
Vegetarian and Vegan:
Malai Kofta - Vegetable croquets, cardamom, tomato, fresh cream...$8
Saag Paneer - Chopped spinach, homemade cheese, ginger, garlic...$8
Kadai Paneer - Homemade cheese, bell peppers, onion, cumin, tomato...$8
Try it out and let me know what you think. Review to come soon...