Vegetable CurryThis past year I discovered Indian food. I know you are thinking, a foodie like me still has food left to discover? It's true. I am doing an entire post on Indian food because it is a gluten free and paleo eater's best friend. Be sure to ask, but on most Indian menus the only item with wheat flour is the naan, or flat bread. At my favorite restaurant all of the breaded and deep fried items are made from a lentil or garbanzo bean flour, the curry is made from coconut milk and spices, and there are even gluten free desserts. My favorite dishes are any kind of curry (can be ordered mild, medium, or hot) and the tandoori minced lamb kebabs, cooked over an open flame. Both dairy and grain free.
So have I talked you into trying it? If so check out some online reviews and ask friends before you go. Make sure you are going to a high quality restaurant, I did try one that left much to be desired. I would also suggest the lunch buffet if it is available, this is a great way to try lots of dishes and find out what you like without investing more than the price of one meal.