June 18th, 2020
The chefs at Tikkaway Grill start with traditional Indian dishes and then add their own modern flair to the mix. This usually means keeping the complex blends of spices, but avoiding some of the heavy sauces and gravies in favor of lighter, fresher accouterments. The result is a roster of classic and not-so-classic creations with something for everyone.
Since Tikkaway Grill is currently offering delivery and takeout, it’s easy to go on a culinary adventure from the comfort of your own home. Try some of the unique street foods like the keema pav, AKA the Indian sloppy joe. It features curried ground lamb tucked inside of an Indian bread roll with cheese. The papdi chaat is another rendition of street food, but sans the meat. Crispy wafers form the foundation, loaded with potatoes, chickpeas, cilantro, and chutney. Looking for something more familiar? The menu also includes staples such as chicken butter masala, lamb vindaloo, and coconut shrimp curry.