Citysearch Editorial Review.
If you’ll pardon the alliteration, Tamarind Tribeca is truly a temple. Whereas the original Tamarind on East 22nd Street feels bustling yet homey--the sort of place where the staff will remember that you like extra raita--the Tribeca version is lofty and large (as in 11,000-square-feet and over-two-stories large), though the folks here will happily bring you anything you need. Both serve food from around India (read: both vegetarian and non-vegetarian specialties), but here light from gigantic windows pours in and bounces off the gold plates. An enormous tandoor produces familiar dishes like tandoori champ (lamb marinated in yogurt and spices) and plain naan, as well as a handful of potentially unfamiliar choices like lobster masala and broccoli-and-cheese naan.
Bulky and Unpolished.
Dined at Tamarind Tribeca. Wasn't pleased with the food or the restaurant. The owners ,Walias haven't done a great job. It is just another usual Indian restaurant ,with more of a blown up claim. Better is available in the market with lesser baloonii.