Great have been India's gifts to the world including spices and the art of cookery, along with the game of chess and the decimal system. For centuries her people have perfected the skill with spices to transform often materials to ambosia. The use of spices, however, does not mean they are used in vast amounts, nor does it mean that all Indian food is extremely hot and spicy, as many Westerners believe. The dishes can be as hot or as mild as the individual chooses, since this is a matter of personal taste.
Most people in the West refer to "Curry" as if there were only one dish, instead of hundreds of them, all differing in flavor. Some are pungent while others are extremely bland depending again on personal taste. It is careful orchestrated use of spices, seasonings and flavorings that give Indian food its "Curry". There are countless other marvelous preparations such as biryanis, pulaos, kabobs, and the tandoori (open hearth oven) meats and fish, to name just a few.
So sit back and relax, while the folks at Taste of India make your dining experience exciting and mouth-watering delights!