Introducing Ruth Krishna’s Tandoori Steakhouse: Reservations Now Open

Blog Ruth's Krishna copyLucky Peach is excited to partner with chef Akhtar Nawab to offer diners first-come, first-served reservations on the opening night of Ruth Krishna’s Tandoori Steakhouse in New York. Featuring irreverent mash-ups of north Indian standbys and steakhouse favorites, centered around Nawab’s signature spice-rubbed, tandoori-blasted ribeyes, along with updates on classic side dishes, like creamed saag paneer and biryani onion rings, the restaurant has recently been voted America’s Next Best Restaurant by Lucky Peach.

This new location, at 175 Avenue B in Manhattan, is offering two seatings on September 17, 2015, at 6:30PM and 9:30PM. Make your reservations now to secure your spot for this delicious, one-of-its-kind dining experience.

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The fastest way to a food fight? Ask someone what restaurant makes the best slice of pizza!

* Food raves to replace music raves. Except in Ibiza, I’m sure. [The Telegraph]

* The tipping point. Couldn’t restaurants just tell us what it is? [Freakonomics]

* Are these the best slices of pizza in every state? The debate starts now. [Food Network Magazine]

* Kitchen grow rooms are the new gardens. And, Australian chef Peter Gilmore is setting the trend. [Sydney Morning Herald]

* Kid-free dining rooms less extreme alternative to kid-free dining. A restaurant in Florida has had one for three years. [First Coast News]

* But e-books may make kid-free dining obsolete. Zukka wants to help entertain your kids while you’re eating out. [WSJ]

* Will restaurateurs start rating you? If someone starts a website that lets them do that, probably? [InsideScoopSF]

* There’s no place like NOMA. But you’ll never know that because you will never get a reservation there. [The Independent]

* Deep-sea dining. The world’s first all-glass underwater restaurant is open for business. [Forbes]

* Junk food costs less than good food. Which makes sense when you think about it. [Reuters]

* iPads are replacing printed menus. This makes me sad because printed menus are, um, cool? [AppAdvice]

* Speaking of menus and coolness. They’re so cool that they’ve even warranted their own book. [WSJ]

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