Enjoy the cuisine that hails from the Southern coast of India in a colorful neon-lit setting. Among the dishes not to be missed are calamari Coromandel, shamm savera, spinach wrapped around mild Indian cheese, sabjo Bhaji, an Indian vegetable stir-fry and kolmino patio, a dish of crisp, sweet shrimp. Open seven days for lunch and dinner.
Best Indian Restaurant 2004
Best Indian Restaurant; 2006. This isn't your typical Indian restaurant. With valet parking, lilt-tongued servers, 80s retro deacutecor (fancy the muted neon and multi-colored walls), and a menu that features southeastern coastal specialties (like kodi vepudu, a spicy curry chicken dish with onions, tomatoes, garlic, and ginger), as well as the more usual Mughal (northern) fare, Coromandel will spoil you for lesser eateries. Even authenticity snobs who'd normally make the trek to Jackson Heights happily cool their heels in Westchester.