Indian




Editors’ Choice 

Mr. India, Newburyport

Standout qualities: Careful preparation and long cooking times yield flavorful curries, tandooris, and of course delicate Indian bread, from naan to puri.

What’s New: Chef Ganesh Bista took over the restaurant from previous owners last summer, updating the space and improving the cuisine.

Insider tip: Bista hails originally from Nepal, in the Himalayan Mountains. For something a little different, explore the Nepalese section of the menu, featuring dishes like Kathmandu Mix Chaw Chaow.

140 High St., Newburyport, 978-465-8600, misterindiacuisine.com

 

Readers’ Choice 

Passage to India, Salem 

Insider tip: Don’t order your food spicy unless you really mean it—chefs can quickly crank the heat up to 11.

157 Washington St., Salem, 978-832-2200, passagetoindiasalem.com

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