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Consider it yet another spin in NYC’s revolving-door restaurant scene: When Tapestry shuttered in March in the West Village, owner Roni Mazumdar was quick to put another modern Indian restaurant in its place. The restaurateur tapped Junoon alum Chintan Pandya to reinterpret regional Indian food with local New York ingredients: Bhuna bhutta features corn on the cob dressed with reduced whey and turmeric; a dish of corn bread, mustard greens and jaggery butter plays on saag roti; and a shepherd’s pie nods to the subcontinent with ground lamb and cumin potato mash. 



Address: 60 Greenwich Ave
New York
Cross street: at Perry St
Price: Average main course: $23
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 5–11pm; Thu–Sat 5pm–midnight; Sun 11am–5pm
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