We took at look at our data to see which Indian items have been most popular and most highly rated among New Yorkers since the new UberEATS app launched one year ago.
Here are the Indian items topping the charts:
1. Saravana Bhavan | Kips Bay | Idly
Idly, a popular breakfast in India, is a patty made of fermented lentils and rice. At Saravana Bhavan, you’ll get various chutneys, sambar, and chili powder to go alongside your new favorite morning meal.
2. Desi Galli | Murray Hill | Chicken Tikka Masala Curry
You’ll find all your favorites from kathi rolls, samosas, and chaats to biryanis, curries, and masalas at Desi Galli.
3. Mint Masala | Greenwich Village | Chicken Tikka Masala
They’ve got it all at Mint Masala, but you have to try the Chicken Tikka Masala with its rich tomato, spices, and fenugreek sauce.
4. Saravana Bhavan | Upper West Side | Idly
We knew you’d love the Idly, and the one at this UWS location is just as delectable!
5. Bombay Sandwich Co | Flatiron | Chana Masala
Hey there, vegans! We see you and so do owners, Shiv & Shika. Sick of processed imitation meats and grains, they began to create sandwiches with simple ingredients like their elders. You have to taste the Chana Masala Sandwich with Mom’s slow-cooked chickpeas and homemade date chutney.
6. goa taco | Lower East Side | Slow-Roasted Pork Belly Paratha Taco
“Low and Slow” is the motto at goa taco, and the Pork Belly Paratha Taco is just that with its on-site, coal-roasted Berkshire pork belly. Topped with pickled red cabbage and chipotle mayo, you can’t miss these critically acclaimed tacos.
7. Soho Tiffin Junction | Greenwich Village | Chicken Tikka Bowl
From Create-Your-Own Bowls with chicken tikka and Curry Burgers with masala to Nutella Dosa Sundaes. We’re drooling over the creations at Soho Tiffin Junction.
8. Kailash Parbat | Kips Bay | Pav Bhaji
Known for their pani puri, chaat, and authentic Sindhi creations, Kailash Parbat has a loyal following in NYC and its home, Mumbai. Try the favorite street food, Pav Bhaji, for a traditional taste of India.
9. Mahal Kita | Williamsburg | Prix-Fixe
Get the best lunchtime deal in town with Mahal Kita’s Prix-Fix. Choose your app and entree, and you’ll also get basmati rice, naan, cucumber, raita and mango chutney.
10. Dhaba | Kips Bay | Chicken Kali Mirch
It’s not hard to see why this spicy, authentic Indian restaurant is one of your favorites.
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