The New York Times is enthralled by the Vegetarian cusine of India. In an article titled, After Centuries, the Vegetarian Feast of India Finally Arrives, The Times writes:
bq. India has the most varied vegetarian cooking in the world, and it has been thousands of years in the making. Now, finally, it is also widely available and authentically prepared in restaurants across New York City.
But this is a bit I lived the most.
bq. Pizza is still a staple for New York’s Indian-Americans, especially young ones. Singas Famous Pizza, originally a Greek-owned family storefront in Elmhurst, Queens, has become a six-store franchise with a cult following. The distinctive Singas tomato sauce is heavily dosed with fresh jalapeños. The owner of the Hicksville franchise, Jai Jeyasri, said that about 40 percent of his customers are Indian. “Singas pizza is even too spicy for me,” he said. “But I like a mysore dosa.”