[Photograph: Robyn Lee]

You know what's really delicious? Indian food.

You know what people don't talk enough about? Indian food.

But starting today, that's going to change. Welcome to Indian Week on Serious Eats: New York, a week-long series of coverage on Indian cuisine in New York City. We'll be writing about Indian eats all over: from Murray Hill to the Bronx and from street food to fine dining. Our New York editors and writers have teamed up to bring you reviews, interviews, market tours, food crawls, and stories to show off the incredible array of New York's Indian food scene.

On a personal note, Indian cuisine has a powerful place in my heart. I grew up a short subway ride away from Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the most vibrant Indian communities in the New York metropolitan area. Weekend lunch trips for curries and kabobs were a common treat when I was growing up. As I look back on it now, that's where my life as a Serious Eater—and my career as an ethnic food devotee—began. So I couldn't be more excited to roll out this awesome week of content.

We'll still be chiming in with non-Indian food news this week, so keep your eyes peeled for that. But we hope you're hungry to read about some of the best Indian eats in New York. You can follow all the coverage with this Indian Week tag. Chow on.


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