Marin IJ’s Dining Review to Lotus Curry House’s North Indian Cuisine
Leanne Battelle of Marin Independent Journal gave a Dining Review to Lotus Curry House and here are some of her thoughts.
“Like the 21-year-old Lotus Cuisine of India on San Rafael’s Fourth Street and the newly expanded Café Lotus that debuted in Fairfax nine years later, he maintains unwavering attention to quality ingredient selection for his authentic, home-style northern Indian menus.”
“Vegetarians have ample choices — potatoes, cauliflower and peas cooked in a tomato-based curry sauce (aloo
matargobi, $12.95); a combination of ginger, garlic, tomato, spices and coconut milk (mushroom masala, $12.95), and vegetarian coconut curry ($12.95). The latter binds together potato, cauliflower, bell peppers, peas, carrots and broccoli in thick, creamy coconut, garlic and ginger white sauce that’s perfect for swiping with the naan.”
Sroahas been devotedly running his restaurants for a long time. He brings a steady following for filling and fully flavored cuisine and efficient, accommodating service. He also prides himself on his commitment to giving back to his community through charity organizations, school fundraisers and since 2003, his free Thanksgiving meal. All three restaurants will be open the night before the holiday (Nov. 27) for a no-reservations, no-charge Indian buffet. As he says, it’s that much sweeter to make it all happen again at home.”
Lotus Curry House is the latest addition to the Lotus Family of Restaurants and it carries the same quality and taste to deliver the patrons a delicious and healthy North Indian Cuisine. It also has a patio for al fresco dining. Don’t forget to also grab their take-out tiffins! Want to grab a gift certificate from Lotus? Contact us at 415 408 391 now.
Images from Alan Dep – Marin Independent Journal