Citrus Restaurant offers authentic blends of Indian home cooking and bona fide Thai cuisine in a warmly adorned restaurant.
Named after common ingredients found in both Indian and Thai cuisine, Citrus is one of New York’s top Indian and Thai dining destinations. Citrus shares their passion for traditional and regionally-inspired cuisine prepared from fresh ground spices and ingredients to create a menu featuring signature dishes ranging from Citrus Calamari to Mango cheesecake.
Citrus is a common term and genus (Citrus) of flowering plants in the rue family. Citrus is believed to have orginated in the part of Southeast Asia, mainly India. Citrus fruit has been cultivated in an ever-widening area since ancient times; the most well known examples are the oranges, lemons, grapefruit and limes. These fruits have been a staple in South Asian cuisine throughout the years.
Selections From The Citrus Restaurant Menu:
- Citrus Sham Savera (G) – Spinach and homemade cheese dumplings served with tangy tomato honey sauce
- Lasuni Gobi (V) – Cauliflower florets tossed with garlic,tomato and green herbs
- Raita – Yogurt and cucumber relish
- Sautéed vegetables or Quinoa – Assorted fresh vegetables with black pepper and ghee
- Peshwari Naan – Soft Indian bread stuffed with cottage cheese and dry fruits baked in oven
- Goat Cheese Kulcha – Soft bread stuffed with Goat cheese
- Chicken Tikka – Chicken tender grilled with various spices & herbs in clay oven
- Chicken Hariyali – Chicken tender infused with hot spiced mint, cumin, garlic and ginger
- Botti Kebab – Boneless lamb chunks marinated in yogurt, ginger & spices cooked in tandoor
- Tandoori Shrimp – Jampo Shrimp tossed and prepared in a mix of yogurt and spices, grilled to perfection
- Flavored Rice – (Coconut/Tamarind/Tomato/Lemon/Cumin) – Aromatic basmati rice infused with your selection of flavor
- Navratan Korma – Fresh assorted vegetables in a mild almond sauce.
- Dal Bukhara – A rich creamy five lentil slow cooked with tomato puree
- Mangalorian Vegetable – Blend of vegetables in coconut milk, curry leaves and mustard seeds
- Andra Pepper Chicken (Spicy) – Boneless chicken cooked in a southern Indian style, well known to the locals of the Indian state Andhra Pradesh
- Palak Gosht – Tender pieces of lamb in a delicately spiced spinach gravy
- Gaeng Keow Whan – Green curry with coconut milk, eggplant and fresh basil Curry – Salmon or Halibut cooked with fenugreek, mustard, fennel seeds and coconut