At Nirvana, it's all about the spicy, rice-y, pungent cuisine of India. And if you haven't yet ventured beyond the cuisine of your Southern comfort zone, this is the perfect place to start.Though as Southerners it can prove difficult to stray from our comfort food roots, some restaurants present us with such enticing culinary adventures – they're just too good to resist. The brand-spankin' new Nirvana proves to be one of these spots – offering up savory, delicious bites of all the best Indian victuals. Nirvana's menu is a perfect destination for herbivores and carnivores alike – with plenty of veggie-centric eats, along with traditional meat-filled options like their Lamb Biryani and Chicken Chettinad. It's true, Nirvana is a place where anyone can leave feeling plenty satisfied. Here, it's all about the spicy, rice-y, pungent cuisine of India. And if you haven't yet ventured beyond the cuisine of your Southern comfort zone, Nirvana's the perfect place to start.
From their savory doughnuts (medhu vada) to the gargantuan hand-rolled dosai, which is kind of like a crepe-burrito hybrid and can be stuffed with, well, just about anything. Ready to take your newfound knowledge to the streets? Hit the Chaat Corner of their menu, an arsenal of the kind of snacks you'll find sold on city sidewalks. And for a taste of something most of those standard curry houses definitely don't offer, take a look at the Indo-Chinese options, a delicious marriage of Chinese cooking techniques with Indian flavors (don't worry, there's historical precedent). Between those innovative, fresh tastes, the wide variety of eating options on hand… tastes like some Southern hospitality to us.
Assorted Tandoori Platter, $16.95
Pani Puri, $4.95
Sada Rava Dosa, $6.95
Chicken Tikka, $8.95
Tandoori Shrimp, $14.95
Lamb Biryani, $10.95
Monday – Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday – Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.