Listing of Sonoma and Napa Indian, Nepalese and Himalayan restaurants
With so few good Indian restaurants in P-town, however, the lengthy menu of mostly familiar curries, naan and tandoori this reincarnation may pull off a permanent stay.
When someone says cheap and Indian food in the same breath, it’s usually a recipe for indigestion, if not worse. You just don’t want to play roulette with bargain-basement goat meat and lamb slathered with curry sauce. Hence my slight trepidation when BiteClubbers turned me onto Masala Jack’s which recently opened in Cotati, featuring a menu full of curries under $7–many under $5
New life continues to spring into Glen Ellen’s Jack London Village, which is threatening to become a full-fledged foodie mecca. The newest tenant, set for a May opening, is Yeti Restaurant, serving high-end Indian and Nepalese dishes.
Spend a thoughtful afternoon eating daal, saag paneer, momo, tikka masala and naan at Himalayan Tandoori and Curry House? It’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make over and over (and over) again for the betterment of humanity…and in support of the cuisine of our friends from Tibet