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New York
Indian Restaurant

Indian fare gets a luxe treatment blocks from Madison Square Park at Junoon, with latticework accents carved from limestone as a precursor to the artfully plated dishes you can expect. A dramatic dining room is for tucking into cumin-dusted lobster before traditional tandoor and curry dishes, and you can get a closer look at the spices infused into your meal in the downstairs spice room. A large front bar, where two Burmese teak jhoola swings are hung, make a ritualistic perch for saffron-kissed sparkling wine and tequila sweetened with tandoor-baked pineapple -- ensuring that the lotus pools on display aren't the only liquids you'll be reflecting on.