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Downtown Dallas Gets a New Indian Food Option

Las Colinas's Underground Indian expands to downtown.

The original in Las Colinas.
The original in Las Colinas.
Underground Indian

More Indian food options in Dallas are always a good thing, and now downtown office workers can have it for lunch: Underground Indian, which opened in Las Colinas in early 2013 with seasoned chef-owner Amit Paul at the helm, now has a secondary buffet-only location in the 1700 Pacific building's food court (suite C114) that opened last week. Go scope it out between 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for the usual suspects like naan, pakoras, tikka masala, and curries, as well as dishes made in the traditional dum pukht style (meat and vegetables slow-cooked in in a sealed vessel over low heat) that Underground specializes in.

Additionally, the Las Colinas location will soon debut a new Indochinese menu that includes items like crispy sesame cauliflower, fried rice, and chili paneer (CraveDFW has the full Indochinese menu here).

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