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Copper is yet another addition to Charlotte's Indian restaurants. So, fans of the cuisine can get more of chicken tikka, saag paneer, seafood vindaloo, and basmati rice. The place puts modern touches in the presentations and the ambience. Wines are available too. Chef Naveen alters dishes to placate fussy kids. Dinner chatter, Indian aromas, and wholesome preparations, make dining at Copper worth the effort.
If you want to change yup your culinary experience and try something other than Southern food, Rajbhog Café is an option to consider. The authentic Indian food served here ranges from sweet to spicy, from snacks to full course dinners, and from lamb preparations to vegan food, ensuring that there is something suited to every taste. Food from different parts of India are featured here. For instance, Lamb Chettinad is a specialty of Kerala while Butter Chicken is a signature Punjabi dish. Try out a few different dishes and get an idea about the varied traditions of Indian cuisine.
If you have a hankering for Indian food in the American city of Charlotte, you should definitely make your way over to The Blue Taj. This Ballantyne Village restaurant has plenty of offerings for both vegetarians and meat lovers. The restaurant features four discrete dining areas, as well as a wine cellar and bar. Typically Indian starters like chaat and pakoras kick off your Indian meal, which comprises curries like spicy Goan style Vin D'Alho and Saag Paneer. Sweet treats like Gulab Jamun and Malai Kulfi round off the Indian dining experience. There is a lunch buffet to be enjoyed on Sundays. The restaurant is also available for private events.