Flavors of India at the Setai

Spice Trading

An Indian Feast for the Ages

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Wednesday.

To get over the hump, you need some spice in your day. Could be figurative spice, like a friendly game of strip poker among co-workers. Or it could be actual spice, like curry.

Let’s go with curry this week...

Introducing Flavors of India at the Setai, a torrid avalanche of tandoori and chutney happening every Wednesday at the South Beach hotel—and kicking off tonight with a world-renowned NYC chef.

So here’s the deal: once a week, the restaurant at the Setai transforms into a Bollywood wonderland, complete with everything but a gleaming Freida Pinto (or even Aishwarya Rai, if you remember her from her appearances on Oprah and 60 Minutes a few years ago... remember?).

You’ll come in with your samosa-loving ingenue, sink into a couple of regal leather chairs and get ready to feast like you’re the guy who had the Taj Mahal built: think impossibly tender tandoori lamb chops, elegant chutneys made with mango and chili, and sweet potatoes dusted with cumin and masala.

And tonight there’s one more reason to show up: chef-author Suvir Saran of NYC’s media-darling’d Dévi will be presiding over the action and gracing you with his Quintessential Rice Pudding, flavored with cardamom and saffron.

You always prefer your rice pudding be quintessential.

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