Spice Grill

An Indian restaurant as authentic as Punjab

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ounded and operated by a family from its namesake region in India, Punjab Café exudes authenticity, with ingredients from around the world (lamb from New Zealand, goat from Australia, tomatoes from San Marizano), home-blended spices, and knowledgeable chefs. There’s a huge selection of vegetarian dishes and food prepared as spicy (or not spicy) as you want it. The menu has all the staple dishes – chicken tikka masala (“the regular”), vegetable korma, and several varieties of curry – plus much more. Like the food, a painted mural transports you to the rural northern Indian village from which the owners came. Graves

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When India won independence in 1947, the Punjab province was divided between India and Pakistan.

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