Simran's Aappa Kadai
Located in the Karama district, Simran’s Aappa Kadai is a burgeoning chain with three locations throughout the city. Founded in 2002, the restaurant serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian cuisine from its open kitchen. Specialty dishes include several variations on appam (a traditional, pancake-like dish), such as chicken kheema aappam, bull’s eye egg aappam, and aappam with chicken stew. In addition to Indian cuisine, the restaurant also serves Chinese dishes, and the dining room has a decidedly casual atmosphere, making it ideal for a relaxed lunch or dinner.
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From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
<p>Too new to review as of April 2008.</p><p>For the past decade, Kerry Simon was anchored at the Hard Rock, but this spring, he’s moving to the David Rockwell–designed Palms Place. Along with his playful takes on comfort food—the junk-food dessert sampler has “snowballs” and cotton candy—he’ll focus on Asian-style dishes like Thai red chicken curry.</p>