Taste of India offers authentic Indian cuisine with dishes such as shrimp korma, lamb biryani, chicken vindaloo, channa masala, saag paneer, aloo mattar, daal makhani and much more. Especially good is the butter chicken: tandoor roasted chicken cooked in a butter, onion, tomato and cream sauce. Since great care and finesse is put into every Taste of India dish, you won’t find the standard lunch buffet. However, to sample a range of what this wonderful restaurant has to offer, I recommend the Thali lunch special: two entrees served on large silver platters with raita, kheer, rice and naan. Something else you won’t find at Taste of India: gaudy Ganesh elephants or Taj Mahal posters. I’ve eaten in a lot of Indian restaurants – including my training ground in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens in NYC – and I’ve never had Indian food that to my palate is better than Taste of India’s.