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Washington Post reviewer Tom Sietsema strongly recommends Malgudi (2400 Wisconsin Ave.), the South Indian restaurant that recently took the place of Heritage Asia Thai Bistro. “Malgudi makes some of the most intriguing vegetarian food this side of the Rasika restaurants across town,” he writes.


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The second-floor space below Heritage India (2400 Wisconsin Ave.)—until recently home of Heritage Asia Thai Bistro—reopens February 19 as Malgudi, a café featuring South Indian cuisine. “Malgudi is inspired by the work of renowned Indian novelist R.K. Narayan,” states a press release from restaurateurs Sanjeev and Mitul Tuli, who also own Heritage India. “Malgudi is a fictional town somewhere in South India located on the shores of the fictional river Sarayu.” The new menu features dishes spiced with cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg and flavored with coconuts, tamarind, and chili peppers. The full menu is available here.

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