Ricksha Streetside Trandoor Pays Homage to a Mother’s Heirloom Indian RecipesAugust 20, 2019
Ricksha Streetside Tandoor doesn’t advertise itself as an “authentic” Indian restaurant. Instead, the Kapitolyo restaurant exudes a young, funky vibe. And owner Cyril Addison describes Ricksha’s menu as “everything [he] grew up eating.” It’s made up of his mom’s recipes, plus a few street-side food he and his wife Pierre love eating while in India.
Try the Dum Biryani—biryani rice in small claypots cooked in their custom-built tandoori oven, then topped with naan. The rice gets a deeper, smokey flavor. And it’s served to you with the naan inflated like a balloon. Cyril also proudly shares that they’re one of the few places that offer dosas, thin-layered rice pancakes made from fermented batter.
Ricksha Streetside Tandoor
An Indian tandoor cafe serving heirloom recipes and Indian street food.