Tulsi

Row 1

Details
211 E 46th St
New York, NY 10017
(212) 888-0820
Indian, Japanese
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: Noon–10:30 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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  • Manchurian cauliflower is vegetarian General Tso's chicken. Delicious.
  • Try the fragrant dum biryani, an Indian-style potpie filled with glistening hunks of ginger-marinated goat leg tossed with saffron-dyed basmati rice. Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011
  • The lamb chops are perfect. Get a side of Manchurian cauliflower, which tastes like General Tso's. Michelin star upscale Indian.
  • One Michelin star.
  • I think I heard a choir of angels singing behind me when I bit into their garlic naan. So good... Their butter chicken is yummy too...
  • Have a 1947 lager and two orders of the Manchurian cauliflower. Some lamb chops and a curry, rice and bread. Ignore the rest. Alls well.
  • The tandoor-grilled lamb chops are the best lamb chops in NYC, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: NYC Edition."
  • A new 3 course tasting menu paired with Rieslings from around the world will make an appearance in January 2012; perfect way to beat the post holiday blues
  • Lamb chops are the best in NYC
  • Lamb chop. Period. Oh and order the cauliflower it's not on the menu but SOOOO yummy.
  • Try the Goat Dum Biryani. The unique flavor of the meat with the ginger, garlic and saffron is absolutely delicious! Just keep telling yourself it's...chicken!
  • The LAMB CHOPS LITERALLY MELT in your mouth. It is a must on the menu!
  • Chicken biryani was delicious but overly priced..
  • Decent Indian in midtown but far from the Michelin star it once held.
  • In the mood for some Michelin star dining? The decor is on point and their chicken tikka masala is probably the best I've ever had.
  • My friend says Tulsi is known for dahl mukanee
  • Tandoor-grilled Lamb Chops
  • Great food. Try the cauliflower
  • Dont see the appeal
  • The halibut is great!