Review excerpt: Every day at Curry Spice Gelateria Kalpasi there are three curries, each inspired by the numerous regions of India.
Review excerpt: Spice Lab Tokyo balances the maximalist complexity of Indian recipes with Japanese cuisine’s understated grace.
Review excerpt: Happily, Ming-Teng Hao Hao has a menu that lives up to its name. The main draw is the Taiwanese-style soy pudding desserts.
Review excerpt: For more than a decade, Tama has been the place to come for one of Tokyo’s more unusual menus, a unique and stylish hybrid that it calls Ryukyu-Chinese.
Review excerpt: Factor in some strong local Japanese influences at Stand Banh Mi, and the result is some of the most satisfying Vietnamese food in all of Tokyo.
Review excerpt: Tokyo's Mu-Hung is a friendly, no-frills diner has been the go-to destination for Singapore street-level cooking.
Review excerpt: The menu at Yaumay is the same at both lunch and dinner — and it all fits on a single sheet, rather than over several pages, making it much easier to plan out your meal.
Review excerpt: Kerala no Kaze II offers a small tiffin menu (a la carte items), including idli (rice cakes), vada (savory deep-fried donuts), uppma (semolina porridge), plus some of the finest dosa pancakes in the city.
Review excerpt: There are no statuettes of Hindu deities or keening Bollywood soundtrack music at Tandoor Bar Kamalpur. Instead it feels as comfortable as a local izakaya tavern.
Review excerpt: Don’t let the sticky floor deter you because Kyoto's Lucky Gyoza has a great range of delicious dumplings and is worth a visit.
Review excerpt: Inside Taiwan Tanpao, it’s a one-stop shop: It’s shōronpō dumplings or bust. But even with such a limited menu there is much to enjoy.
Review excerpt: The kimchi at Kimchi no Mizuno is a family recipe that came from South Korea and has been handed down through generations.
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