Offering a wide variety of freshly baked breads, kababs, rolls, biryani, and curries, the Little Kabab Station serves delicious and inexpensive Indian food. Try the samosa chaat (veggie samosas and chickpeas drizzled in yogurt, tamarind and mint chutneys, and spices), aloo paratha (potato-stuffed flatbread), and bhajia (fried veggie fritters). Little Kebab is dedicated to environmental friendliness, as every effort is made to procure local, organic vegetables, and only compostable packaging is utilized.
Don’t let the name fool you—this little Mount Kisco eatery packs in big flavor. Inside the colorful restaurant, which hosts a modest six tables, you’ll find delicious, fresh dishes straight off the menu of a street cart in the heart of Mumbai. Think samosa chaat (veggie samosas and chickpeas drizzled with yogurt, tamarind and mint chutneys, and spices); aloo paratha (potato-stuffed flatbread); bhajia (fried veggie fritters); various kebabs; and our hands-down favorite, the frankie roll. These spicy, tin-foil-wrapped rolls consist of flatbread fried with a layer of eggs (optional), then stuffed with your choice of spiced filling (chicken, lamb, paneer, or chickpeas), and loaded up with onions, mint chutney, Indian seasonings, and lemon. And, of course, the restaurant also offers the regular masala, saag, and the like. Mmmm—no wonder Martha Stewart and Bill Clinton are fans.