Six Best Things to Eat at Indian Clove, and One Worst
6. Malai Kofta -- This dish has been spectacularly reformulated at Indian Clove, so that the balls -- made of cheese and cashews -- are twice the size of the usual article, in a savory chestnut-colored gravy. Vegetarian
This week, Counter Culture rides a bike to Indian Clove, a Staten Island restaurant (easily accessible by bus from the ferry) that may be the best all-around slightly upscale Indian restaurant in the city. Here are the six dishes my friends and I enjoyed the most, and the one we enjoyed the least.
1. Ceylon Egg Roll -- A shredded Sri Lankan street snack is perhaps the best and most interesting dish at Indian Clove, especially when tossed with brown and green chutneys. Avoid the red sauce in the picture -- it's barely reconstructed ketchup. Vegetarian
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