Photos: Teddy Wolff
INDAY All Day, a new café from the team behind INDAY, opens in Williamsburg (658 Driggs Ave). The restaurant is offering playful takes on Indian-American dishes, alongside morning coffee and chai, and lunch and dinner with cocktails from mixologist Lynette Marrero (Llama San and Llama Inn).
Diners will find freshly-made breads from the Tandoor such as Naan Delight served with with housemade yogurt and fresh herbs. Small Plates for sharing include Sweet Chili Cauliflower with coconut curry; and Winter Chaat with spinach and kale topped with fresh fennel, yogurt, pomegranate, and scallions. Kebabs include Ghost Chili Chicken served with a cooling mint chutney; Broccoli Malai, marinated in tandoori-roasted spices and served with apple chutney; and Chicken Tikka 'Pyazz' with spicy rustic tomato gravy.
Cocktails include the Grand Trunk Road with bourbon, ginger, turmeric, honey, orange, and lime; and the Malabar Martini with house-infused coconut vodka, single-origin Ethiopian coffee, and spiced cacao syrup. Non-alcoholic beverages include Fresh Orange Turmeric Juice; Sparkling Hibiscus Lemonade; and Green Cardamom & Vanilla Chai.
Evoking the warmth of Indian hospitality, and inspired by the world travels of owner Basu Ratnam, the welcoming space features warm spice-toned colors complemented by handmade elements imported from India, including teak tiger benches, and traditional copper tea cups and tea pots.
For more information, visit www.indayallday.com