A culinary journey from India to New York
About Tamarind Tribeca
Earlier known as the Tamarind, a Michelin–starred fine dining restaurant which was located in the Flatiron Section of Manhattan, the new Tamarind in Tribeca is synonymous with exceptionally well crafted Indian fine dining. Carefully set up by Avtar Walia, the restaurant aims to amalgamate the mysteries and joys of the flavors from the India sub-continent with the elan and panache of Tribeca, New York. With a team of carefully curated chefs who do their best to emulate the complexity and depth of flavors that is associated with Indian food while maintaining the rigorous standards of a fine dining restaurant, Mr. Walia aims to recalibrate the notions and perceptions of the sophisticated New Yorker about Indian food.
With a vested interest in establishing Indian culinary traditions and the complexity of flavors that it brings, Tamarind Tribeca hopes that it will be able to catapult Indian cuisine as a serious contender.
About the Interior
Designed by Wid Chapman, one of the finest architects in New York and probably America, who now heads his own firm, the Tamarind Tribeca leaves no stone unturned to establish the fact that the guests are in an upscale fine dining establishment. The palatial and resplendent interiors are well suited to the restaurant’s excellent location in Tribeca. Tables on the street side of the restaurant have remarkable raised views onto the quintessentially provocative New York cityscape. The two storeyed restaurant with a seating for 175 guests is flooded with natural light, courtesy of the numerous windows at the perimeter of the restaurant. During the day, the room is flooded by natural light from these windows. By night, the mood takes on a glamorous allure, with the profusion of soft and ambient lights from tastefully crafted chandeliers which emanate the sophistication of the dining experience.