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Tamarind’s soaring interiors serve as the perfect stomping ground for the grandeur and affluent.


There’s a reason why Tamarind has been going strong for more than 20 years and attracts both devoted regulars and new fans.

Zagat Survey

Tamarind is listed as the top Indian restaurant in the guide.

January 2013

The New York Times

International Herald Tribune
Global Edition
Shivani Vora, India Ink column

February 2013

Peachy Picks Tamarind Our Coverage Sponsored By The Giving Back Foundation

The Giving Back Foundation, with operations in New York, London and Hong Kong, is a 501(c)(3) operation, with special emphasis on education and women and children in need.

Top Indian Restaurants

Number One, Tamarind Tribeca, “massive expansion of the Flatiron original” and Number Two, Tamarind, which “serves refined takes on classic cuisine.”

January 2011

The Ultimate Non-Rip Off Guide To Valentine's Day Dining

Number One, Tamarind Tribeca, “massive expansion of the Flatiron original” and Number Two, Tamarind, which “serves refined takes on classic cuisine.”

January 2011

Diner's Journal The Temporary Vegetarian: Saag Aloo, Spinach With Fried Potato Balls

“Julia Moskin, a reporter in the Dining section of The New York Times, walked up to my desk, with a glint in her eye, and said,”I have a dish for you!” “I perked up.” “Saag with some kind of fried, spiced potato balls on top— like Tater Tots,”she said. The dish was subz saag which she had at Tamarind Tribeca in Manhattan. It was a mix of mustard greens, broccoli rabe and corn with alluring potato balls. Called aloo kofta, the golden, deep-fried mashed-potato balls are gently spiced with garlic,ginger,chili, turmeric, and lemon juice…”

April 2011

Bob Lape's Dining Diary On WCBS Newsradio

May 2010

Gothamist - John Del Signore

Tamarind Tribeca Opens With Lots of Sunshine

New York Post - Steve Cuozzo

Something New From the Grub Continent

New York Journal

Tamarind Tribeca

The Architects Newspaper - Rebecka Gordan

Among Tamarind Tribeca design highlights are intimate booths tucked under a glass-lined mezzanine and teak banquettes offering semi-private spaces along Franklin Street. Lighting includes “custom silk lampshades trailing amber beads and yellow LED fixtures recesssed in the ceiling.”

June 2010

Huffington Post - Sheila Marikar

Tamarind Tribeca: The Indian Foodie’s Mecca

The New York Times - Sam Sifton

A Sleek Setting for the Flavors of India

Hospitality Design Magazine

Indian Cool On Line Version

The Wall Street Journal

Sumathi Reddy A Passage to India


Tamarind Tribeca

Time Out New York

Food Porn: 100 Best Dishes and Drinks Punjabi Mutton at Tamarind Tribeca

October 2010

Village Voice - Sarah DiGregorio's Top 10

No.I Tamarind Tribeca

The New York Times - Florence Fabricant

Pairings: Murg Malai Kebab

The L Magazine -Kara Zuaro

Downtown Dal at Tamarind Tribeca

The Sifty 50 (App)

Sam Sifton, restaurant critic, shares his 50 favorite restaurants among them Tamarind Tribeca.
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